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ENCATC strongly believes in supporting student mobility as a way for students of cultural management to gain professional experience and hone their skills in another cultural environment.
To ensure that there’s something for every student profile internships are offered in a wide range of cultural fields including the cultural and creative industries, the performing arts, cultural heritage, the visual arts, festivals, music, museums and galleries, audio visual, design and many more!
ENCATC’s PRAXIS Newsletter for students includes over internship and job opportunities in Europe, but also North America, Asia and the Middle East.
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What can you learn from the experiences and insights of cultural entrepreneurs? How have they overcome challenges while starting their own business or start-up?
We hope these interview serve as inspiration for our readers, especially those who might be thinking to start their own cultural business. We strongly believe these are valuable stories to tell so potential cultural entrepreneurs and students can take the best of these experiences and use for their benefit.
This is a very special issue of our PRAXIS e-magazine. Usually reserved for students studying cultural management and cultural policy at ENCATC member institutions, we wanted to share this issue with the wider public as our contribution to support the UN’s International Youth Day on 12 August 2017.
The PRAXIS e-magazine was launched in 2008 to help students access opportunities more easily and get a jumpstart on their careers in cultural management. At the time of this publication, PRAXIS has shared 1,052 internship opportunities in the cultural sector in 65 countries around the world.