Summer Camp Intern
Summer camp interns work with the Education Department Clay Studio potters as an assistant during the weekly camps. Candidates will work with Children and Youth ages 7-14 in the studios and sometimes accompany group’s offsite on our fieldtrip mornings to other museums. This internship offers the opportunity for experience working with kids and learning more about clay education and the visual arts.
Interested applicants should email cover letter and resume with Summer Camp Intern in the subject line to Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Day Intern
Family Day Interns work with the Education Manager to implement weekend programming for children. Interns work with families and Children on Sundays from 11am-4pm engaging them in hands-on activities with a clay component whether it is hand building, tile painting, handling artifacts from our discovery boxes, scavenger hunts and much more. Candidates will receive much needed experience if they wish to work with children in the future as an Early childhood educator, as a teacher and as an educator in the arts.
Interested applicants should e-mail cover letter and resume with Family Day Intern in the title to Human Resources at email@example.com.
Development Interns work with the Senior Development Officer to support the Special Events and Major Gifts portfolios by performing prospect research; preparing application materials and proposals for sponsors; and liaising with the Museum’s partners, in-kind donors, and other external stakeholders.
The training received throughout the duration of the internship will prepare the candidate for a career in not-for-profit fundraising and position them well for an entry-level development position upon completion of the internship.
Interested applicants should e-mail cover letter and resume with Development Intern in the title to Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org.