Community Arts Initiative Graduate Internship

The Education Department is responsible for programs that give visitors of all ages the opportunity to make direct connections with the Museum’s collection and exhibitions. The Department is organized into four sections: Evaluation and Planning; Gallery Learning; School Programs and Teacher Resources; and Studio and Community Arts. 

The Department offers internships to college students who enjoy working with people and are interested in learning more about the many facets of Museum Education. Experience with art is not necessary but sometimes proves helpful. 

This internship will acquaint students with the Museum’s collections and programs and provide the opportunity to explore a variety of career possibilities related to community-focused art activities and programming. 

Community Arts Initiative Intern will learn

  • To visually document, record and maintain computer records of art activities, with the Museum community partnerships ; 
  • Learn to evaluate, create a survey and maintain the documentation for ten community groups working with the Community Arts Initiative. Should be proficient with recording devices; digital cameras, video and their application to computer files; must have an interest in community outreach, working with children and be visually creative. 
  • With the Manager of Community Arts the intern will practice designing a yearly report, documenting community outreach activities, 
  • Participate in planning meetings, and help with record keeping. 

Specific duties:

  • Photo Documentation
  • Assist in preparing CAI Yearly Report
  • Assist with the Artist Project jury selection 
  • Creating PowerPoint presentations 
  • Assist in designing materials for the exhibit 
  • Assisting in Community Art activities 


  • Enrolled in or returning to a degree program
  • Proficiency using recording equipment - especially digital cameras, video and audio recorders 
  • Enrollment in and returning to a Graduate program
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 
  • Ability to multi-task and be flexible 
  • Ability to commit to 14 hours per week through end of spring semester 
  • Ability to attend orientation on either Wed, Jan 21, (6pm), or Wed, Feb 4, (10am or 6pm)




Part Time


14.00 hours per week

Flesible within M-F, 9a-5p parameters.


November 5, 2014