Māori Arts Internship (MAI) Programme
This internship programme is delivered by Toi Māori Aoteroa on behalf of Creative New Zealand. It supports emerging Māori arts practitioners to embark on a career in the arts as managers, professionals and producers. Internships are available for people who are keen to build experience in an arts area of their choice. Host organisations can apply to the programme to provide internship opportunities.
For more information on how to apply to be an intern or be a host organisation contact Keriata Royal at email@example.com
It was a great opportunity to work within a gallery/museum setting. People get to know you as well as you engaging and gaining insight into the sector. Intern – Māori Arts Internship Programme 2016
Pasifika Internship Programme
This internship programme is delivered by Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust on behalf of Creative New Zealand. It provides art practitioners with professional development opportunities to develop as arts managers and administrators. Tautai works with the interns to identify a suitable host organisation and prepare for the 20-week placement.
For more information on how to apply to be an intern or to be a host organisation contact Christina Jeffery at firstname.lastname@example.org
These internships are a wonderful opportunity for those who wish to pursue a career in arts administration, and a proactive way of getting more Pacific people working in that area. Intern - Pasifika Internship Programme 2017