Deadline: Sunday, December 13, 2020
The City of Brampton's Performing Arts Co-op & Intern Program for Black and Indigenous Youth will help to increase opportunities for local Black and Indigenous youth to gain meaningful experience and/or employment in the arts. It will celebrate students’ cultures, increase cultural understanding, and enable student success. The City of Brampton's Performing Arts Division recognizes that Black and Indigenous people have a unique history in Canada, with the potential for reduced access to opportunities, education, and employment. This program will support the development of Black and Indigenous arts professionals in Brampton.
The City of Brampton is seeking a Black or Indigenous facilitator to develop the Performing Arts Intern & Co-Op Plan, which will be implemented in the second year of the program. The consultant will develop this program in collaboration with the first cohort of interns, co-op students, and lead mentors, as well as the Performing Arts Lifelong Learning Advisory Group, and City of Brampton staff.
This program is made possible by the generous support of Algoma University.
Submissions must be received by Sunday, December 13, 2020.
Please visit the weblink to learn more.
Posted by: City of Brampton, Performing Arts
For more information: https://tickets.brampton.ca/content/Files/Marketing/PA_CoOpInternProgram_CallforProposals.pdf