APPLY FOR A p.a.i.n.t. INTERNSHIP

A.I.M. invites UW-Stout students who are studying to become teachers to participate in P.A.I.N.T. (Program for Arts Integration for New Teachers). P.A.I.N.T. offers paid internships for college students to teach arts-themed classes on campus and in the community. University students grow their skills and confidence in teaching, while also performing a service to the community.

Hired interns earn $10/hr for an introductory pre-PAINT internship and $12-$14 per hour for an official PAINT internship. Planning and supplies for classes are paid for by A.I.M.

P.A.I.N.T. internships are open to all university students in teacher licensure programs at UW-Stout, regardless of student status or experience.

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QUESTIONS?
Contact A.I.M. Executive Director, Dr. Tami Weiss at weissta@uwstout.edu


APPLICATION PROCESS AND POLICY

A.I.M. adheres to the following job applicant policies and procedures:

  • The application review includes faculty input. Performance, attitude, and behavior may have implications on an applicant's acceptance or continuation in P.A.I.N.T.

  • Applicant responses to essay questions should be thoughtful and professional in terms of content and grammar. Responses that are written using lowercase “i”s as pronouns will not be considered.

  • Hiring decisions are largely based upon the applicant's schedule and availability; reference checks, and quality of responses in the application.

  • Priority in hiring may go to new participants and/or past interns who have demonstrated a high level of professionalism.

  • Applicants may be rejected or internships may be canceled based upon any background check offenses, “Candidate of Concern” reports, and/or concerns regarding school or internship performance/behavior.

  • Hired applicants must submit a signed Agreement for Employment and consent to be photographed/videotaped.

  • It is A.I.M.'s policy to recruit and hire on an equal opportunity basis without regard to race, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual preference, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristics protected by law.

  • INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

EXPECTATIONS FOR INTERNS

  • Timely attendance

  • Wear ID badge or lanyard

  • Demonstrate professionalism, preparedness, and a positive attitude

  • Complete internship paperwork and surveys

  • Respectful and timely communication

  • Submit reflections and photos

  • NO CELL PHONES while working, except for photography purposes (with permission)

  • Business casual attire. A.I.M. t-shirt (free) and apron are encouraged. Active wear is appropriate for dance classes.


P.A.I.N.T. INTERNSHIP APPLICATION

accepting applications from EDUCATION MAJORS at uw-stouT

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If yes, list the internship(s) and years. If you were hired but did not complete the internship, indicate "not completed")
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List a UW-Stout professor of a course you've taken within the past two years. If this is your first semester at Stout, you may list an instructor from a previous school you attended within the last two years. Include their title and email address. **NOTE: It is a professional courtesy to ask the person in advance of listing them as a reference.
List a UW-Stout professor of a course you've taken within the past two years. If this is your first semester at Stout, you may list an instructor from a previous school you attended within the last two years. Include their title and email address. **NOTE: It is a professional courtesy to ask the person in advance of listing them as a reference.
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