Public Programs Intern (Paid)
The Norton Museum of Art Public Programs Internship is a paid, part-time, semester-long program that provides one undergraduate, recent graduate, or graduate student the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in Public Programs in a museum while working with a team of museum professionals.
Internship Dates: January 14-May 31, 2019. Application deadline November 1, 2018.
Responsibilities during Art After Dark:
- Assist in coordinating evening programs by interfacing with a variety of stakeholders including performers, artists, the public, and Norton staff.
- Assist Art After Dark Coordinator by collecting attendance data at each program offered each Friday Night and reporting numbers after each program.
- Manage volunteers during evening programs.
- Assist Art After Dark Coordinator oversee set up and break down.
Responsibilities during office hours:
- Request promotional materials from performers and visiting artists and share with Communications Department.
- Draft Art After Dark schedules and submitting them for edits.
- Order materials for workshops or programs when needed.
- Work with Docent and Volunteer Coordinator to ensure volunteer coverage for each program.
- Compile guest speaker itineraries to share with speakers and internally with various departments in the Museum.
- And assist Public Programs team in other projects as needed.
Applicants must be hard-working, detail-oriented, punctual, professional, and personable.
Part-time 16 hours each week including Friday evenings from 2-10 p.m. Office hours are flexible and to accommodate candidate’s schedule.
Eligibility and Terms
The program is open to college juniors, seniors, recent graduates, and graduate students. All applicants must have successfully completed at least two college-level courses in art history or art education.
Intern will receive a stipend.
To Apply visit https://www.norton.org/programs/college/internships