We currently have the following voluntary opportunities available:
Shoreditch Town Hall is looking for two brilliant Hackney-based Project Interns, aged 18-20 years, to undertake internships on the delivery and producing of Shoreditch Live.
About Shoreditch Live
Taking place across Shoreditch Town Hall’s basement spaces, The Ditch, and spilling out onto Rivington Place, Shoreditch Live is a brand new festival which will take place on Saturday 17 August 2019, from 2pm-6pm. The afternoon will include live urban graffiti, interactive visual and comic arts workshops led by Snooze Fabric, a live music stage curated by Hackney Music Network’s Youth Music Forum, and food provided by Shoreditch Trust’s Waterhouse Restaurant. For ages 13-19, free entry.
This event is part of Discover Young Hackney 2019: https://www.younghackney.org/discover-young-hackney/
Terms & Conditions
Role: Shoreditch Live Project Intern x 2
Responsible to: Finance & Producing Officer
Time commitment: 8 days in total (7 days during the two weeks leading up to the festival (Mon-Fri) plus the day of the festival itself)
Applications close: 19 June, 12pm
Interviews at Shoreditch Town Hall: w/c 24 June
Internship across 7 days, exact days to be arranged at a later date: w/c 5 & 12 August:
Shoreditch Live festival day: 17 August
Does this sound like a role for you?
If so, please download the Intern Placement Description (below) and send us a CV and a covering letter (no more than 3 sides of A4 in total) outlining how your skills and experience match what we’re looking for and what you would hope to get out of this opportunity.
Please send applications to Joss Nicholas, Finance & Producing Officer at email@example.com by 12pm on Wednesday 19 June 2019. Please note that late applications will not be accepted.
Shoreditch Town Hall is committed to being an equal opportunities employer and we actively encourage applicants from different backgrounds and with different experiences and skills.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to applyDownload Internship Placement Pack
We’re always looking for new volunteers to join our busy front of house team to work as ushers during shows and assist with our community events.
Shoreditch Town Hall is a vibrant and non-traditional arts space which recognises and encourages the unique skills and creativity in everyone who works with us. With a busy programme of work from new and established artists and local outreach initiatives engaging with the community, we are reliant on the support of all members of our team. Volunteers are a crucial element in the exciting and broad range of work we do.
No experience is necessary and full training will be provided. All we ask for is dedication and enthusiasm from you! In return, you’ll:
Learn new skills and receive specific training
For more information on Volunteer Open Days and how to become a volunteer, please email email@example.com
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While we are currently exploring how we might offer work experience opportunities in the future, at present we don’t have the capacity to offer formal work experience placements at Shoreditch Town Hall unfortunately. Please do regularly check this section of the website for developments in this area though, as once we’ve sorted out a plan we want you to be the first to hear about it!
If you’re looking for the odd half or full day of shadowing in a certain area of the organisation then this is something we can potentially explore. Please do e-mail email@example.com or call 020 7739 6176, clearly outlining what you’re looking for, and one of us will get back to you.
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