The interns for the Public Education Foundation are responsible for gallery shows. They are the ones who mat and frame the images seen in the gallery. The interns also create the inventory, artist statements, and name and price tags. They also are the ones who hang the show, host the show, and take down the show. This is a great opportunity because they now have the experience of maintaining a gallery show.
My name is Jasel Layson and I am a senior in the Digital Media program at West Career & Technical Academy. As an intern for Mrs. Pavesich and the Public Education Foundation, I am able to gain work experience in an environment that I could potentially see myself working in. Through this internship, I have learned a lot of valuable skills like working with a team and communication. I am eternally grateful to be given the chance to be a photography intern, and I’m sure this experience will benefit me in my future endeavors.
I am Stav Levaton, and I’m a senior in WCTA in the Digital Media program. I am grateful for the opportunity of being an intern for the Public Education Foundation this year. This internship has taught me many things that will aid me in the future. I have learned how to hang and run an art gallery, and I have gained useful communication and teamwork skills. I have also gotten to improve on my photographic skills. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity that I will never forget.
I’m Songee Pak, and I am a senior in the Digital Media program at West Career and Technical Academy. I have been lucky enough to be provided with an internship with the Public Education Foundation through Ms. Pavesich. I have gained work experience to by working with professional people and was able to learn how to run a gallery. I also gained skills to work with people contribute to a final product. It was a pleasure to work with an incredible non-profit organization and be able to work with a team. It was an amazing opportunity that I am grateful to have experienced.