EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT
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$ 9,000.00

There are many ways to support LongHouse's educational initiatives. 

Internships: We offer summer internships to two or more highly motivated and skilled college/ graduate students. These students are pursuing a future in the Arts, Museum planning, design or horticulture. During the eight weeks that they’re with us, our interns are involved in every aspect of LongHpise including working on our Student Annual, Summer Benefit, leading tours and helping in the office and gardens. They are an integral part of our summer season and by the time they take their leave, we have forged an unbreakable bond. They receive a small honorarium of $1.500 for the invaluable work. We hope that with your help, we might provide a larger stipend.

Education Naming Opportunities: LongHouse has several naming opportunities that provide a positive impact on the lives of children of all ages of all backgrounds. Each naming opportunity will display the donor's name, name of business or as anonymous.                                                     

Student Annual Catalog: $9,000
52 pages of Student Annual winning artwork mailed to LongHouse membership as well as distributed to organizations, schools and individuals.     

Scholarships: $3,000 preferably given consecutive years                       
Awarded to High School seniors and post college graduates 

Courtesy Passes: $2,500
A pass is given to students after their class visit inviting them to bring 2 adults back to LongHouse empowering the student to become the docent.

Hand in Hand: $2,000
An interactive treasure hunt given to families at the Gate             

Internships: $1,500 per internship (without housing)  
$3,000 including funds going towards housing                                                        

Family Day: $2,500 
A day of outreach including hands on activities for children, bi-lingual garden tours, demonstrations and light refreshments - all at no charge to the East End community.