Duke Creative Arts Student Team (CAST)
Become a CAST Member
Help us grow a culture for art at Duke and gain professional experience and behind-the-scenes access to the Rubenstein Arts Center!
The Office for the Vice Provost of the Arts (Duke Arts) is seeking an undergraduate student to support the growth of Duke Arts and the Rubenstein Arts Center through programming. As Programming Coordinator for the Creative Arts Student Team (CAST), you will collaborate with the Duke Arts staff to increase brand awareness with on- and off-campus audiences and help coordinate logistics for our programs and major initiatives including DukeCreate, DEMAN, and StudioDuke.
CAST members are paid $12.50/hour and are expected to work an average of 6 hours/week for the entirety of the Spring 2022 semester (early January through April). There will be a possibility of renewal for the 2022-23 school year. Members will begin operating remotely and report to the Arts Administration Fellow. Participation in the CAST program may meet the internship requirements for the Museum Theory and Practice Concentration in AAHVS as well as Experiential Learning requirements in the I&E Certificate.