Heights Arts is currently hiring community-minded people who are passionate about the arts. Below are currently open positions.
PLEASE NOTE: We will not consider incomplete applications. Before you begin the application process, please be prepared to provide 3 professional (or educational for interns) references and the following in PDF format ONLY:
- Cover Letter (PDF format)
- Resume (PDF format)
Interested in volunteering with us? Learn more here.
HEIGHTS HIGH EXHIBITION COMMUNITY TEAM INTERN, PART-TIME
Application will reopen for next season: March 2022
for 2022-2024 InternshipAPPLY
Heights Arts is accepting applications from rising Juniors of HHS to serve on its Exhibition Sub-Committee. This is an opportunity for students to experience a “behind-the-scenes” look into the process of producing an art exhibition. They will gain valuable skills in leadership while obtaining hands-on experience in every aspect of successful visual art exhibition.
When: 2022-2024 school year
Compensation: The Heights Arts Exhibition Subcommittee position reserved for a high school student comes with a $250 stipend, with half distributed mid-year and the balance at end of term.
Eligibility: Rising Juniors of Cleveland Heights High School. Students are required to obtain a Cleveland Heights High School teacher recommendation.
Full internship description here – HS Exhibition Intern
ABOUT HEIGHTS ARTS
Heights Arts is a nonprofit community arts organization in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Founded in 2000, Heights Arts cultivates a strong, diverse, and collaborative arts community by inspiring people of all ages to engage in the arts; supporting the arts through education; providing exhibition and performance opportunities; and fostering public appreciation for the arts. The organization contributes to the region’s artistic vitality by showing regional artists at Heights Arts Gallery on Lee Road near Cedar Road, facilitating public art and design projects, presenting chamber music and other concerts in intimate settings, nominating and supporting the Cleveland Heights Poet Laureate, and holding classes and workshops in the arts.
Heights Arts does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, height, weight, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations, and marital status.
Internship positions are generously funded by the Jean, Harry and Brenda Fuchs Family Foundation