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Resume Builder: Edmonds Arts Commission Seeks Student Rep

The position is open to students ages 16-25.

Attention, students! Want to do something that will look great on your resume?

The Edmonds Arts Commission is seeking a student representative to serve on the commission. Students ages 16-25, who will be enrolled in high school or college-level classes during the 2012-2012 academic year and who live in Edmonds, will be considered.

Students with leadership qualities and with any level of experience or background in the visual, literary, and/or performing arts will be considered.

Responsibilities during the term include attending the monthly EAC meeting, scheduled the first Monday of every month at 6 p.m. in the Frances Anderson Center. Students will also be encouraged to report on local youth artistic events and activities and participate in projects as outlined by the EAC.

Depending on the student’s interests and current EAC programming, other possible projects may include organizing quarterly exhibits for the McDevitt Youth Art Case in the Frances Anderson Center, supporting preparation for the annual Write on the Sound conference and research for the Cultural Heritage Tour. 

A certificate of participation and a letter of recommendation will be given upon successful and satisfactory completion of the term. This can also be added as a civic affiliation on résumés and qualify for volunteer or community service hours.

Please send application to: Edmonds Arts Commission, 700 Main St., Edmonds, WA 98020, or leave it with front desk staff at the Frances Anderson Center. 

For more information see www.edmondsartscommission.org

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