The Museum of Arts and Design has a long-standing history of supporting internships that provide meaningful, engaging and project-based opportunities for undergraduate and graduate level students throughout the year. These positions are available in several departments and allow the participants to gain invaluable work experience at a non-profit visual arts organization as they prepare to continue their studies, pursue careers in the arts, or apply their experience to other fields.
All applicants must:
WINTER/SPRING: Start last week in January
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Wednesday, December 2nd
CURRENT UNPAID INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:
Education Department: Interpretive Programs Intern
Interpretive programs and materials help deepen visitors understanding and relationship with objects on view. These include such things as audio guides and gallery brochures, but also the preparation of gallery guides and special programs associated with exhibitions. Additionally, interpretation has a strong visitor experience component that considers closely visitor expectation, behavior and experience.
Interpretive programs are also concerned with providing consistency in interpretive offerings, consistency in institutional voice, maintaining a strong understanding of educational theory and pedagogy, and translating curatorial content into tangible tools and programs that enrich the visitors experience. Interns reporting to the Manager of Interpretation will:
To apply for this internship please send a cover letter, writing sample and resume to email@example.com with “Education and Interpretation Intern” in the subject line. Cover letters should outline specific interest in this internship, along with qualifications and skills indicative of a strong candidateship for this opportunity. Writing samples should be no longer than five pages and be representative of skills as a researcher, communicator and translator of ideas into concise, meaningful content. Please also include availability (semester or a full academic year internship).
The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
The Museum of Arts and Design is seeking an undergraduate/graduate (preferred) student interested in working in a busy Development office. The intern will report to the Director of Institutional Giving and the Development Associate, Institutional Giving and work closely with other senior members of the team.
This is an exciting opportunity to be an active and valued member of a non-profit development department and gain high-level experience in a variety of development areas including event planning, corporate sponsorship, and institutional giving. Interns will be trained in prospect research, Raiser's Edge and grant writing.
23 days per week. Internships are unpaid however students can receive course credit.
Interested applicants should submit a resume and a cover letter to Jessica.firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate start and end dates as well as hours you are able to commit to this internship. No phone calls please. Only qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview.