SPRING 2015 The Museum seeks applications for spring 2015 semester-long, for-credit unpaid internships. Qualified candidates will be advanced undergraduate or graduate students pursuing degrees in a relevant field. Under the supervision of department heads, interns have the opportunity to become familiar with the full range of Museum operations.
Applicants must be able to work at least ten hours per week at the Museum between 9:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter specifying your department of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org. Collection Curatorial: Interns will assist in the acquisition and research of objects for the Museum’s collection, and on pending donations. Development and Membership: Interns will assist with the administrative needs of the development and membership department, including but not limited to research, data entry, and mailings, as well as event planning. Digital Media: Interns will assist with the research, planning, and production of digital media related programs and exhibitions. Marketing and Public Information Interns will assist with a range of publicity and marketing initiatives to promote Museum programs, including research, community outreach, drafting the Museum’s weekly e-mail newsletter, tracking press coverage, social media, and more. Experience with HTML and Microsoft Excel is highly preferred. SUMMER 2015 June 8 – August 14 The Museum offers full-time, paid summer internships. Under the supervision of department heads, interns have the opportunity to learn about the full range of Museum operations. Undergraduates entering their senior year in fall 2015, college graduates, and graduate students are eligible to apply. (Additional full-time paid summer internships in Digital Media and Marketing and Publicity are available through the Arts Intern program. Visit artsintern.org for information about available positions, eligibility requirements, and application procedures.) The Museum’s offices are open Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Collection Curatorial: Intern will assist with researching a new, major acquisition in the Museum’s collection, and with general research support for recent and pending acquisitions. Development: Intern will assist with the administrative needs of the development and membership department, including but not limited to research, data entry, and mailings, as well as event planning. Film: Intern will assist in research, preparation, and implementation of film screenings and discussion programs, and with various web projects and publications. Intern will also assist with research for installations and exhibitions. Institutional Archive: Intern will assist with a comprehensive inventory of the Institutional Archive, which contains documents, photographs, brochures, and products created by the Museum throughout its 30 year history. To apply, complete the online application form at movingimage.us/intern2015, then email the following documents to email@example.com: A single PDF that includes: 1) a cover letter indicating your department of interest and 2) your resume. One letter of recommendation from a current or past professor or employer, which may be submitted with the rest of your materials or separately. Applications must be received no later than March 30. Finalists will be interviewed in person or by phone. Successful applicants will be notified no later than May 6. The Museum of the Moving Image is an equal opportunity employer and encourages qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply