Case Study: Partners in Access: How Two Nonprofits Created an Internship
Education Audience Research & Evaluation
Start Day and Time
Sunday May 7 4:45-5:15 p.m.
Venue and Meeting Room
262 America's Center
For the past four years, ESMoA in El Segundo, California, has been collaborating with Mychal's Learning Place in Hawthorne, California, on an educational internship for young adults with developmental delays. Learn about the successful outcomes of this partnership, and check out a flexible blueprint for creating internship opportunities for young adults with developmental delays to take back to your institution.
Education, Audience Research & Evaluation track generously supported by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights
- Learn about successful strategies for creating internship opportunities for adults with developmental delays.
- Learn how to create a sustainable partnership model with a non-museum organization.
- Learn how to nurture interest in working with developmentally delayed youth.
Administrative Director: Path to Independence Adult Day Program
El Segundo Museum of Art
Holly M. Crawford is an Education Specialist at ESMoA and coordinates the Mychal's/ESMoA Internship Program. In that role she supervises Mychal's/ESMoA interns on-site at ESMoA, helping to create learning objectives and gallery teaching training. Ms. Crawford also organizes programs for School, Teen, and Family audiences and holds an MA in Community Arts through the Maryland Institute College of Art.