The Community Programs intern will work
predominantly with the Museum Education program, but will additionally support
the Teen Academy and Community Partnerships programs within our department.
Responsibilities will be as follows:
Museum Education: The intern will work closely with visiting school/ camp groups to
schedule and coordinate their museum visits. This includes working with the
teachers/ group leaders in advance to schedule their tours, and welcoming
groups to the museum. There will also be a larger research project on outreach
for school and tour groups, as well as specialized outreach for upcoming
Teen Academy: The intern will support the year-end final presentation, including
matting and framing student work, final portfolio support, and exhibition
installation and organization.
intern will help with final presentations and exhibitions of spring and summer
Community Partnerships both through administrative and hands-on off-site
These tasks and responsibilities will benefit the
intern immensely as there is huge opportunity for growth. Our interns develop
excellent organization and communication skills. For anyone with an interest in
photography, arts/museum education, or youth development programs, this is an
incredible opportunity. The intern will play a vital role in the day-to-day
management of our programs.
The intern should have excellent communication and
organizational skills, as he/she will be doing a great deal of coordinating
with schools/camps and teachers and he/she is the first point of contact for
our department. Additionally, the intern should be very organized and
detail-oriented. Experience with photography (analog or digital) is a plus but
Interested candidates who meet all eligibility requirements should submit all parts of their applications by email with ARTS INTERN in the subject line to the contact below. Please see this website's HOW TO APPLY section for more details.