The Mint Museum’s Internship Program is an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to gain valuable career insight into the daily operations of a museum.
Internships are available at both museum locations and in a variety of departments, including: Advancement & Communications, Collections & Exhibitions, Curatorial, Design & Installation, and Learning & Engagement.
Internships are unpaid and availability varies every semester.
Spring Semester: November 8
- At least a 3.0 GPA in your major with a strong interest in the visual arts and a desire to work in the museum field.
- Completed Internship Application with an attached resume, and cover letter.
- One letter of recommendation from a college professor or employer emailed directly to Alexandra Olivares firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Applications will not be considered without all four components: application, resume, cover letter and letter of recommendation.
- Majors in an arts related field is preferred. Examples include: Art History, Art Education, Studio Art, Arts Administration, Museum Studies, Library Studies, or English. Other intern positions available for Graphic Design, Communications & Media Relations majors or related fields.
- Interns must be available 10 to 25 hours a week during the semester.
- All internships are unpaid.
- Interns whose position requires direct contact with children will be asked to complete a background check.
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