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Resource Share: BAI Coaching Curriculum And Video Series
The Bloomberg Arts Internship (BAI) program is EdVestors' arts-focused summer internship that provides high school interns with paid work experience at cultural institutions and organizations along with work readiness and college preparation support. Interns met weekly in small, 4-5 person groups with Boston-based arts leader and BAI program partner, Muadi Dibinga, to discuss and review the Setup for Your Step-Up curriculum.
These personal and professional coaching workshops covered a wide range of topics focused on work-readiness skills and engaged interns in lively discussions about their personal and professional identity, goal setting, and network. The small group size of each workshop allowed interns to collaborate intensively and hear the voices of all group members. Many of the interns shared that these workshops were among their favorite parts of the program and reported that they learned key skills from the presentations of the curriculum.
We are delighted to share with you this inspiring executive coaching curriculum in video form. The Setup for Your Step-Up 5-part series and accompanying workbook provides tips and tricks for young people looking to set themselves up for personal and professional success. Topics include:
- Developing a positive vision for the future
- Having a success mindset
- Understanding the importance of networking
- Cultivating a personal brand
EdVestors is excited to share this resource and hope you will help spread the word by sharing the curriculum with your networks and students. We appreciate the collaboration of all our BAI partners, who work to provide resources and opportunities to students that help them acquire the tools they need to succeed in high school, college, and as future adults and community leaders.
Learn more about the Bloomberg Arts Internship Boston program on our youth-created website.
The Bloomberg Arts Internship program is funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies.