Every summer students from around the country come to Selma to work and serve in the community alongside Something New volunteers and staff. This years internship will be July 17th-Aug 7th
Chosen interns decide what their area of focus will be for the summer. They can explore more of our New Way or New Alternative programs or help with our annual Summer Stage Production or Community Art Camp!
- Summer Stage Production — work with local youth and NXP volunteers to create and produce a musical theatre revue. Production Interns will assist in developing choreography, rehearsing musical numbers, staging, leading self-expression games and activities, and will support the final production backstage, as well as driving marketing and publicity for the show.
- Community Art Camp – develop and staff a two-week day camp centered on the arts for local youth, grades 1-6. Art Camp Interns are responsible for selecting camp themes, planning daily activities, developing marketing and outreach strategies to drive participation, and overseeing the daily operation of art camp over a two-week period.
- New Way – interns working on the New Way team will complete the summer nonviolence course and assist New Way directors in program outreach. In addition to outreach, interns will participate in New Way trainings, assisting as needed.
- New Alternative -interns on the New Alternative team will work closely with the New Alternative director and college coordinators in developing a New Alternative program in the Atlanta area around refugee resettlement. In addition to this task New Alternative interns will conduct outreach to various colleges marketing our New Alternative programs. Interns may assist with other Something New program areas including but not limited to: New Expressions and New Way depending on needs.
If you’re thinking about applying, here are a few things previous interns have said:
“As an Art Camp intern, not only did I have a great time teaching kids about art and being there for each and every scrape of the knee, mental breakdown, formation of friendship, and so many more things with the kids, but I also got to know everything and everyone associated with Something New on a much deeper level.”- Katie G. (Michigan)
“If ASB is like a movie trailer, the internship is the behind the scenes footage. We got to learn more about all the work that the organization does and got to be more involved in the movement.” – Cherita C. (Texas)
“My first summer internship in Selma absolutely changed my life in the most beautiful way! I found a purpose, a place I have in making the world a better place, a freedom to dance and sing and be myself in a way I’d never been able to. And as I gained that freedom and purpose, I was able to pass it on to the incredible New Expressions kids I worked with! I was able to help them become free to express themselves.”- Sam L. (Pennsylvania)
“My favorite part was getting to live life with the volunteers. It was different than how I was living! Life that summer was so simple but I had more fun than I had ever had before!”- Cora D. (Texas)
So, are you ready for the time of your life?! Click Here to apply and please refer any questions to email@example.com