School and Family Programs Intern The School and Family intern will play a critical role in improving the programs that the Rubin Museum’s Education Department offers. The intern will learn about the varied engagements within the field of museum education, spanning the range of K-12 gallery experiences, K-12 studio experiences, drop-in family programs, special family events, and teen studio labs. Projects include:
Developing innovative and engaging drop-in activities, scaled to accommodate the interests, skill levels, and creativity of both youth and adults for the Museum’s Annual Block Party
Strengthening the Rubin’s current core K-12 tour themes and workshop lesson plans
Developing two new workshops and one new tour offering for the fall season of School Programs
Assisting the lead Teaching Artist in running the summer teen coding program, Virtual Worlds
Developing a body of research about theories about Mindfulness, and creating a list of potential guests to speak to parents and children about incorporating more mindful behavior into their lives
Qualifications The Intern will need to be highly-organized in order to work concurrently on their task list. S/he is able to work independently, and has both interest and experience working with fine arts and craft materials. Application To apply for this position, please send all required information listed under "How to Apply" to Olivia Buscarino at email@example.com with “Arts Intern” in the subject line.