Each spring, summer, and fall El Museo del Barrio offers Internship opportunities to promising undergraduate and graduate students, recent graduates and career changers who are considering careers in the arts, education, non-profits and museum profession. Through administrative and project-based Internships, Interns have opportunities to research, conceptualize, coordinate, execute, and/or evaluate programs and initiatives.

Due to its relatively small size, El Museo del Barrio is able to provide Interns with rewarding, valuable, hands-on learning experiences that enable them to directly impact and shape programming, meet and interact with new people, and learn about El Museo’s collection and Puerto Rican, Caribbean, and Latin American art and culture. Through its Internship program, El Museo del Barrio creates platforms for emerging museum professionals and contributes to diversifying the museum field.



FALL 2015 INTERNSHIP SCHEDULE 


Internship Cycle Begins: September 7, 2015
Internship Cycle Ends: December 18, 2015
Please note, applications must be received on or by August 21, 2015 to be considered.


Requested materials:

  • Completed Application Form
  • Cover Letter
  • Resume
  • Recommendation

AVAILABLE INTERNSHIP POSITIONS




COLLECTION MANAGEMENT INTERN

DEPARTMENT: Curatorial
INTERNSHIP TYPE: Project Based
LEVEL: Graduate
AVAILABILITY: PT (21hrs/wk)

Under the supervision of the Registrar and/or the Permanent Collection Manager, the Collection Management/Registrar Intern will assist with the upkeep of the Collection Database and The Museum System (TMS), as well as updating content related to the Permanent Collection and works on loans for exhibitions.

Tasks will include entering and updating records utilizing The Museum System® (TMS®), the collections management database in use at El Museo del Barrio’s Curatorial Department; linking digital images of objects to their respective object database records is included within this task. The Collection Management/Registrar Intern will coordinate current and future exhibitions by tracking loans, assist with packing and shipping arrangements, and assist with exhibition installations/de-installations. He/she will be responsible for numbering, cataloging and re-housing objects in the Permanent Collection. The Collection Management/Registrar Intern will assist with entering and/or organizing content for the Permanent Collection module of El Museo’s website and other duties as assigned.

The intern must be willing to report to an offsite storage warehouse, located in the Brooklyn waterfront, to complete some of the tasks described above.

Desired qualities/skills: Applicants must be enrolled in a degree program in museum studies, art history or related area. Knowledge of Word, Excel and Photoshop are a must. Knowledge of a museum database system, including The Museum System, is preferable.

CURATORIAL DEPARTMENT
El Museo del Barrio’s Curatorial Department is dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of the art and cultural heritage of Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, Mexico, and South and Central America. The Department is responsible for maintaining and developing the Museum’s Permanent Collection of over 8,000 objects ranging from Pre-Columbian artifacts to contemporary artworks. In addition to exhibitions, the Curatorial Department also promotes scholarship and awareness of Latin American art and culture through symposiums, bilingual publications, Artist’s Archives, and the Curatorial reference library.

TO APPLY, CLICK HERE!

COMMUNICATIONS INTERN

DEPARTMENT: Marketing & Communications
AREA: Communications
INTERNSHIP TYPE: Administrative/Project Based
LEVEL: Undergraduate, Graduate/Recent Graduate
AVAILABILITY DESIRED: PT (14-21hrs/wk)

Under the supervision of the Senior Manager for Marketing & Communications, the Communications Intern will be instrumental in expanding the reach of the department, solidifying its daily operations, and maximizing El Museo’s exposure.

The internship provides a great opportunity to gain experience in the arts and marketing & communication world. Tasks will include, 1) Media Relations: developing relationships with local, national and international journalists and actively pursue positive stories about El Museo through pro-active outreach, respond to journalist request/queries, as well as help run press previews and host visiting journalists; 2) Media List management: oversee media database to produce media lists and update (include) existing contacts; 3) Content Development: assist with editing assignments, i.e. press releases, media advisories, pitch e-emails, review website content etc.; 4) Archiving: processing and archiving media coverage in digital form; and 5) General Support: provide additional support with marketing initiatives as needed. Desired qualities/skills: Dynamic, self-motivated, outgoing, highly organized individual with solid research skills, including exceptional writing ability and capacity for working with diverse populations. Ease with technology is a must, including proficiency in Microsoft Office, and social media applications such as Facebook and Twitter. Spoken and written proficiency in Spanish and knowledge of Latino arts and cultural community are a plus.

MARKETING DEPARTMENT
The Marketing Department is responsible for the design, management, and implementation of all marketing, and communications activities of El Museo del Barrio.

TO APPLY, CLICK HERE!

CURATORIAL INTERN

DEPARTMENT: Curatorial
INTERNSHIP TYPE: Administrative/Project Based
LEVELS: Undergraduate, Graduate/Recent Graduate
AVAILABILITY DESIRED: PT (14-21hrs/wk)

Under the supervision of the Curator, the Curatorial Intern will provide general administrative support for the Curatorial Department and assist with preparations for upcoming exhibitions.

Tasks may include editing and updating working checklists and bibliographies; compiling, resizing, and uploading relevant images; transcribing interviews, and occasionally translating artist statements, resumes and related materials. Other tasks may include writing/editing object labels and exhibition descriptions, and other administrative duties as assigned.

Desired qualities/skills: The ideal candidate must have a degree or coursework in museum studies, art history or related field, with demonstrated research and writing skills. Strong attention to detail, excellent follow-up and organization skills, and ability to work independently required. Strong bilingual (English/Spanish) verbal and writing skills and working knowledge of Photoshop is a plus.

CURATORIAL DEPARTMENT
El Museo del Barrio’s Curatorial Department is dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of the art and cultural heritage of Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, Mexico, and South and Central America. The Department is responsible for maintaining and developing the Museum’s Permanent Collection of over 8,000 objects ranging from Pre-Columbian artifacts to contemporary artworks. In addition to exhibitions, the Curatorial Department also promotes scholarship and awareness of Latin American art and culture through symposiums, bilingual publications, Artist’s Archives, and the Curatorial reference library. 

TO APPLY, CLICK HERE!

CURATORIAL ASSISTANT INTERN

DEPARTMENT: Curatorial
INTERNSHIP TYPE: Administrative/Project Based
LEVEL: Undergraduate, Graduate/Recent Graduate
AVAILABILITY DESIRED: PT (14-21hrs/wk)

Under the supervision of the Registrar and/or Curatorial Programs Coordinator, the Curatorial Assistant Intern will provide general administrative support for the Curatorial Department and assist with the upkeep of the Collection Database and The Museum System (TMS), as well as updating content related to the Permanent Collection.

Tasks include the up keeping of the Collection Database and The Museum System (TMS), as well as updating content related to the Permanent Collection. He/she will be responsible for entering and updating records, archiving old and new materials; numbering, cataloging and re-housing artist files and library books; assisting with entering and/or organizing/creating new content for the Curatorial library and artist files and other duties as assigned.

Desired qualities/skills: The ideal candidate must have a degree or coursework in museum studies, library studies, art history or related field, with demonstrated research and writing skills. Strong attention to detail, excellent follow-up and organization skills, and ability to work independently required. Strong bilingual (English/Spanish) verbal and writing skills and working knowledge of Photoshop is a plus.

CURATORIAL DEPARTMENT
El Museo del Barrio’s Curatorial Department is dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of the art and cultural heritage of Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, Mexico, and South and Central America. The Department is responsible for maintaining and developing the Museum’s Permanent Collection of over 8,000 objects ranging from Pre-Columbian artifacts to contemporary artworks. In addition to exhibitions, the Curatorial Department also promotes scholarship and awareness of Latin American art and culture through symposiums, bilingual publications, Artist’s Archives, and the Curatorial reference library.

TO APPLY, CLICK HERE!

DEVELOPMENT + SPECIAL EVENTS INTERN

DEPARTMENT: Development
INTERNSHIP TYPE: Administrative/Project Based
LEVEL: Undergraduate, Graduate/Recent Graduate
AVAILABILITY DESIRED: PT (14hrs/wk)

Under the supervision of the Development and Special Events Coordinator, the Development and Special Events Intern will help to research, plan and execute unique and outstanding events for El Museo’s diverse constituents. El Museo hosts 2-3 events per month including exhibition openings, off-site studio visits, private tours and receptions for the museum Board, Junior Council, Young International Circle and general members.

The Development and Special Events Intern will play a crucial role in support of the events with tasks that include (but are not limited to) assisting in the production of communications collateral and event materials, maintaining RSVP lists and attendance records, working with external vendors to coordinate logistics, data entry and various administrative tasks as assigned.

Desired qualities/skills: The ideal candidate has excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Candidates should be able to think creatively, possess strong attention to detail and organizational skills.

DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
El Museo del Barrio’s Development Department is responsible for fundraising initiatives including individual, foundation, corporate funding, and space rentals. The Development Department manages all membership activities, including cultivation events such as our Annual Gala, Young International Circle Benefit, and Membership Appreciation Party.

TO APPLY, CLICK HERE!


EDUCATION ACCESS PROGRAMS INTERN

DEVELOPMENT: Education and Public Programs
AREA: Education Programs
INTERNSHIP TYPE: Administrative/Project Based
LEVEL: Undergraduate, Graduate/Recent Graduate, Career-Changer
AVAILABILITY DESIRED: PT (14-21hrs/wk)

Under the supervision of Access and Education Programs Coordinator, the Education Programs Intern will assist with further development of onsite and off-site access partnerships, contingent on the area of interest and past experiences. Internships may involve research and development of materials for guided tours and hands-on workshops, assistance with creating professional development programs for educators, and expanding established partnerships. The intern will have the chance to participate in educator trainings and teacher/parent workshops depending on availability.

Desired skills: Ideal candidate has experience working with, or is excited about learning to work with visitors with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Alzheimer’s or dementia, low vision, or profound and multiple learning disabilities. He/she should be enthusiastic, willing to try new things, and excited about working with visitors, community members, teachers, and parents. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to prioritize responsibilities, and work well both independently and within a team. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) required. Ability to communicate in Spanish and English is preferred but not required.

Note: Intern must be available to participate in SUPER SABADO! Free Third Saturdays at El Museo (every 3rd Saturday of the month).

TO APPLY, CLICK HERE!

EDUCATION PROGRAMS INTERNSHIP: Philosophy for Children at El Museo

DEPARTMENT: Education
AREA: Education Programs
INTERNSHIP TYPE: Project Based
LEVEL: Undergraduate, Graduate/Recent Graduate, Career-Changer
AVAILABILITY DESIRED: Flexible, from PT (21hrs/wk) to FT (35hrs/wk).

Under the supervision of the Director of Education and Public Programs, the Education Programs Intern will assist with further development of the project of introducing philosophy for children to El Museo. The internship may involve research and development of materials for guided tours and hands-on workshops, assistance with creating professional development programs for educators, and development and facilitation of family programs as they relate to the introduction of philosophy for children to El Museo.

Tasks may include conducting research on the philosophy for children and the permanent collection and temporary exhibitions, developing sets of exercises for children K-12, observing tours and hands on workshops, providing training and mock tours, attending department meetings, assisting with public programs if necessary, and responding to email and other inquiries.

Desired skills: The ideal candidate is enthusiastic and willing to try new things. S/he has an interest in philosophy, education, the arts and/or museum studies, and Latin America/Caribbean/Latino culture. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to prioritize responsibilities, and work well both independently and within a team. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) required. Spanish and English bilingual skills preferred.

 EDUCATION AND PUBLIC PROGRAMS DEPARTMENT
El Museo del Barrio’s Education Department is dedicated to providing it’s diverse audience with unique bilingual education programs. Through guided tours, hands-on workshops, school partnerships, family programs, cultural celebrations, and adult public programs, El Museo offers visitors multiple entry points to explore its mission, Permanent Collection, and exhibitions on view. While offering an important resource for Latinos in New York City and the tri-state area, El Museo’s programs remain accessible and relevant to all audiences.

TO APPLY, CLICK HERE!

EDUCATION PROGRAMS INTERN

DEPARTMENT: Education and Public Programs
AREA: Education Programs
INTERNSHIP TYPE: Administrative/Project Based
LEVEL: Undergraduate, Graduate/Recent Graduate, Career-Changer
AVAILABILITY DESIRED: PT (21hrs/wk)

Under the supervision of Education Programs Coordinator, the Education Programs Intern will assist with further development of on-site and off-site programs, contingent on the applicant’s area of interest and past experiences. Internships may involve research and development of materials for guided tours and hands-on workshops, assistance with creating professional development programs for educators, and development and facilitation of family programs for our free day of programming, SUPER SABADO! Free Third Saturdays at El Museo.

Tasks may include assisting with coordinating tours, corresponding with educational stakeholders, conducting research on the permanent collection and temporary exhibitions, attending department meetings, visiting schools and community based organizations, assisting with SUPER SABADO! programs and responding to email and other inquiries.

Desired skills: The ideal candidate is enthusiastic and willing to try new things. S/he has an interest in education, the arts and/or museum studies, and Latin America/Caribbean/Latino culture. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to prioritize responsibilities, and work well both independently and within a team. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) required. Interest in philosophy, access programs, curatorial practice, and/or outreach a plus.

Note: Intern must be available to participate in SUPER SABADO! Free Third Saturdays at El Museo (every 3rd Saturday of the month).

EDUCATION AND PUBLIC PROGRAMS DEPARTMENT
El Museo del Barrio’s Education and Public Programs Department is dedicated to providing its diverse audience with unique bilingual education programs. Through guided tours, hands-on workshops, school partnerships, family programs, cultural celebrations, and adult public programs, El Museo offers visitors multiple entry points to explore it’s mission, Permanent Collection, and exhibitions on view. While offering an important resource for Latinos in New York City and the tri-state area, El Museo’s programs remain accessible and relevant to all audiences.

We believe art is a tool for social change, cultural empowerment, and civic engagement. Founder Raphael Montañez Ortiz refers to the inception of El Museo del Barrio as a response to the community’s need for a “powerful cultural institution that would reveal it’s past; affirm and guide its present (critically and with respect); and inspire its future, with integrity and intellectual authority.” El Museo’s approach to education is rooted in the tradition set by Ortiz, an artist educator himself, who continues to be an inspiration for the institution.

TO APPLY, CLICK HERE!

GOVERNMENT + COMMUNITY INTERN

DEPARTMENT: Government and Community Affairs
AREAS OF INTEREST: Government and Community Affairs
INTERNSHIP TYPE: Administrative/Project Based
LEVEL: Undergraduate, Graduate/Recent Graduate
AVAILABILITY DESIRED: PT (21hrs/wk)

Under the supervision of the Director of Government and Community and working closely with the Community and Government Affairs Coordinator, Intern will help to expand the Museum’s network of community connections. They will research and identify community organizations serving diverse audiences in New York City, establish initial contacts with new potential partners and help maintain current partnerships.

Responsibilities will include active outreach to target populations promoting upcoming programming and resources, information sharing and relationship cultivation. Additional tasks will involve drafting communication pieces to elected officials and their staff, community leaders and potential partners, including letters and grant request forms; creating informational one-pagers and packets; identifying statistics that will be helpful for reporting purposes, as well as representation of behalf of the museum at various forums and fairs and other administrative duties as assigned.

Desired qualities/skills: Excellent follow-up skills and effective verbal, written, interpersonal and research skills. Database work and/or experience and interest in community involvement strongly desired. Interest in interacting and communicating with elected officials and staff on behalf of the institution. Ability to be creative, think “outside the box,” and multitask is essential.

Note: Intern must be available occasionally on Saturdays, depending on event/programs outreach efforts.

GOVERNMENT AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT
The Government and Community Affairs department is responsible for coalition building both locally and throughout the five boroughs, active government fundraising, community engagement, and communications activities of El Museo del Barrio.

TO APPLY, CLICK HERE!

INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTERN

DEVELOPMENT: Development
INTERNSHIP TYPE: Administrative/Project Based
LEVEL: Undergraduate, Graduate/Recent Graduate
AVAILABILITY DESIRED: PT (14hrs/wk)

Under the supervision of the Institutional Giving Manager, the Institutional Development Intern will assist with Corporation and Foundation grantseeking at the museum. The Institutional Development Intern will work with his/her supervisor on researching prospects, tracking deadlines and preparing meetings with funders.

Tasks include (but are not limited to) identifying and researching corporate and foundation funding prospects, and tracking of deadlines and other publicized funding opportunities. The Institutional Development Intern is also expected to prepare corporate and foundation collateral, as well as being tasked with other duties as assigned. Ideally the candidate will be available to work some evenings or weekends for special events. The Institutional Development Intern is also expected to keep abreast of El Museo programming through ongoing contact with the Curatorial, Education, and Public Programs Department in an effort to identify museum funding needs.

Desired qualities/skills: The ideal candidate has excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to write well. Candidates should also be able to think creatively and possess strong attention to detail and organizational skills.

DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
El Museo del Barrio’s Development Department is responsible for fundraising initiatives including individual, foundation, corporate funding, and space rentals. The Development Department manages all membership activities, including cultivation events such as our Annual Gala, Young International Circle Benefit, and Membership Appreciation Party.

TO APPLY, CLICK HERE!

MARKETING INTERN

DEPARTMENT: Marketing & Communications
AREA: Marketing
INTERNSHIP TYPE: Administrative/Project Based
LEVEL: Undergraduate, Graduate/Recent Graduate
AVAILABILITY DESIRED: PT (14-21hrs/wk)

Under the supervision of the Senior Manager for Marketing & Communications, the Marketing Intern will be instrumental in expanding the reach of the department, solidifying its daily operations, and maximizing El Museo’s exposure. The internship provides a great opportunity to gain experience in the arts and marketing & communication world.

Tasks will include 1) Advertising: manage creative process of advertisements, and coordinating media buys; 2) Cross-Promotions: developing a target list of partners for specific programs that require outreach and making connections on behalf of the museum; 3) Collateral: manage creative process of marketing materials, printing, and distribution strategy; 4) General support: serve as support on all general discussion and items that require Marketing attention, as well as offer new ideas and actively participate in brainstorms.

Desired qualities/skills: Dynamic, self-motivated, outgoing, highly organized individual with solid research skills, including exceptional writing ability and capacity for working with diverse populations. Ease with technology is a must, including proficiency in Microsoft Office, and social media applications such as Facebook and Twitter. Spoken and written proficiency in Spanish and knowledge of Latino arts and cultural community are a plus. Experience with design software such as the Adobe Creative Suite is a plus.

MARKETING DEPARTMENT
The Marketing Department is responsible for the design, management, and implementation of all marketing, and communications activities of El Museo del Barrio.

TO APPLY, CLICK HERE!

MEMBERSHIP INTERN

DEPARTMENT: Development
INTERNSHIP TYPE: Administrative/Project Based
LEVEL: Undergraduate
AVAILABILITY DESIRED: PT (14 or 21hrs/wk)

Under the supervision of the Membership and Individual Giving Officer, the Membership Intern will lend their skills and talents towards the revitalization of the museum’s individual fundraising program. They will assist with membership acquisition and retention efforts, individual cultivation, coordination and execution of related special events, and social media campaigns.

Tasks will include: maintaining the donor database (Raiser’s Edge), production and distribution of member and donor related materials, working alongside the Marketing and Communications department to asses museum outreach and traffic, design promotional materials, update web content, and administrative duties as assigned.

Specific projects will include telephone solicitations to re-engage past members, maintenance of the membership landing page, research corporate matching opportunities, and creation of donor profiles.

Desired qualities/skills: The ideal candidate has basic administrative skills, pays close attention to detail, and has the willingness to learn on the job. They enjoy working with diverse populations, including individual members/donors, museum staff and board members. The Membership Intern should have a strong interest in Development and/or non-profit management. Bilingual (English/Spanish) verbal and writing skills preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Publisher and basic knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and InDesign and experience with (Raiser’s Edge) a plus.

DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
El Museo del Barrio’s Development Department is responsible for fundraising initiatives including individual, foundation, and corporate funding. The department also manages all membership activities, including cultivation events such as our annual gala and the Junior Council’s annual fundraiser, Día de los Muertos.

TO APPLY, CLICK HERE!

PUBLIC PROGRAMS INTERN

DEPARTMENT: Education and Public Programs
AREA: Public Programs
INTERNSHIP TYPE: Administrative/Project Based
LEVEL: Undergraduate
AVAILABILITY DESIRED: PT (14hrs/wk)

Under the supervision of the Manager of Public Programs and Public Programs Coordinator, the Public Programs Intern will assist in the preparation of adult, family, and youth public programs.

Tasks include supporting current fall programs including artist performances, concerts and other related programming. The Public Programs Intern will also assist with the preparation for spring programs including the full range of exhibition and mission related adult public programming. The Public Programs Intern is responsible for the research and the development of materials for guided tours and hands-on workshops, assistance with creating professional development programs for educators, and development and facilitation of adult programs. The Public Programs Intern is responsible for tracking artist and participant communications.

In order to provide the museum with much needed support, coordination, execution, and evaluation of these programs, the Public Programs Intern attends strategic staff planning meetings, provide administrative and organizational assistance and help with research and planning for the upcoming season’s adult public programs as well as execution of select programs from that current season.

Desired qualities/skills: The ideal candidate has demonstrated interest in programming, event management, or cultural production. S/he must be detail oriented, and have strong organization and follow-up skills. The Public Programs Intern must be able to interact with diverse audiences. S/he must have a flexible schedule (some evenings/Saturdays required). Familiarity with New York’s cultural institutions and previous event/programming planning experience are a plus.

The Public Programs Intern must be available on Wednesday evenings.

EDUCATION AND PUBLIC PROGRAMS DEPARTMENT
El Museo del Barrio’s Education and Public Programs Department is dedicated to providing its diverse audience with unique bilingual education programs. Through guided tours, hands-on workshops, school partnerships, family programs, cultural celebrations and adult public programs, El Museo offers visitors multiple entry points to explore its mission, Permanent Collection, and exhibitions on view. While offering an important resource for Latinos in New York City and the tri-state area, El Museo’s programs remain accessible and relevant to all audiences.
We believe art is a tool for social change, cultural empowerment and civic engagement. Founder Raphael Montañez Ortiz refers to the inception of El Museo del Barrio as a response to the community’s need for a “powerful cultural institution that would reveal its past; affirm and guide its present (critically and with respect); and inspire its future, with integrity and intellectual authority.” El Museo’s approach to education is rooted in the tradition set by Ortiz, an artist educator himself, who continues to be an inspiration for the institution.

TO APPLY, CLICK HERE!

SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN

DEPARTMENT: Marketing & Communications
AREA: Social Media
INTERNSHIP TYPE: Administrative/Project Based
LEVEL: Undergraduate, Graduate/Recent Graduate
AVAILABILITY DESIRED: PT (14-21hrs/wk)

Under the supervision of the Senior Manager for Marketing & Communications, the Social Media Intern will be instrumental in engaging our existing fans/followers and creating lasting relationships with new ones on our social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram). The internship provides a great opportunity to gain experience in the arts and marketing world.

Tasks will include: 1) Draft content for our social media channels and update Conversation calendars; 2) Engage with our users to offer a more personal experience and help moderate our online communities; 3) Provide creative ways to grow our fans, followers, likes, and subscribers; and 4) Assist in development of social media strategy 5) Assist in gathering and organizing analytic data from each platform for review 6) Provide additional support with marketing initiatives as needed.

Desired qualities/skills: Dynamic, self-motivated, outgoing, highly organized individual with solid research skills, including exceptional writing ability and capacity for working with diverse populations. Ease with technology is a must, including proficiency with social media platforms, and Microsoft Office. Spoken and written proficiency in Spanish and knowledge of Latino arts and cultural community are a plus. Photography/Photo editing skills are a plus.

MARKETING DEPARTMENT
The Marketing Department is responsible for the design, management, and implementation of all marketing, and communications activities of El Museo del Barrio.

TO APPLY, CLICK HERE!



FAQ


During the spring and fall sessions Interns are expected to commit 14-21 hours per week during a 14-16 week cycle, and 10 week cycle during the summer.

With the exception of Arts Interns, a paid summer internship opportunities through the ArtsIntern program (www.artsintern.org), all internships are unpaid. College credit is available on a case-by-case basis.

Applicants should apply to no more than two internship positions. Please note, we are currently not reviewing materials from international applicants.

Questions can be referred via email to at interns@elmuseo.org.