Community Engagement Intern The summer intern will be working on the Museum’s Neighborhood Nights program. This free, three-evening series of family-oriented activities attracts audiences from local communities, who enjoy live music performances, hands-on art-making, and exciting gallery activities.
The student will have the opportunity to learn about how a major cultural institution partners with local artists and culture makers to develop, market, execute and evaluate Community Programs. The intern will have access to the Gardner’s extensive collection, and will be asked to research current Museum best practice in self-guided family activities and gallery games.
Assisting in the creation and execution of original gallery games, programming ideas, and outreach for Neighborhood Nights
Gathering reference images (formatting, printing, and creating slideshows)
Drafting Neighborhood Nights programs/schedule of events
Developing strategies for visitors to connect/use social media during events
Documenting Neighborhood Nights with photography, written reports, and attendance counts
Qualifications The ideal candidate is proficient in Microsoft Office, and is familiar with Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Forms. S/he must be creative, responsible, and ready to work in a social setting with diverse multi-generational populations. The intern should have a strong interest in Community Engagement through arts and family programs. Preference will go to students with graphic design skills in Publisher, InDesign, or Photoshop.
Application To apply for this position, please send all required information listed under "How to Apply" to the Museum through ISGM's website application.