Joslyn Art Museum interns work closely with experienced and enthusiastic staff on projects related to the Museum's permanent collection and public programs. Internships may include opportunities to participate in these areas of Museum operations: curatorial, collections, education, outreach, development, membership, and marketing.

Some positions are offered regularly – Studio Teaching Intern, Scott EdTech Gallery Intern, Interpretive Media Intern, Development/Membership Intern, Hitchcock Museum Shop Intern while others are subject to special projects and seasonal needs of the Museum. Open positions are posted here and applications are accepted via Successful candidates will be highly motivated, flexible, have excellent communication skills, and a strong interest in learning more about museums and the non-profit community. A background in art history, art education, or studio art will be desirable for some positions.

All Museum internships are non-paid. College credit may be available depending upon the requirements of the university.

Click here to read general information about the Museum's regular internships.