Director's Office Intern, Spring 2023
The Director’s Office Intern will assist in the development and execution of a diverse range of strategic initiatives. Responsibilities include assisting with projects that support the Director and Chief Curator and the Chief of Staff. Specific projects might include institutional history research, archival development, and logistical support. This position is best suited for a candidate eager to gain familiarity with the administrative responsibilities and strategic planning required for a career in nonprofit organizational management. Candidates should note this is not a curatorial position; however, those individuals considering careers in the arts administration sector are encouraged to apply. Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite is required. Excellent research, writing, and communication skills, as well as meticulous attention to detail, are essential.
The Director’s Office Internship is designed for college sophomores, juniors, seniors, and recent graduates.
For the Spring 2023 internship cycle, applicants must either live or attend college in the New York City metropolitan area. The Studio Museum is requiring proof of Covid-19 vaccination for participants in the internship program. In order to be eligible, participants must show proof of vaccination and a form of personal ID.
Applicants are required to submit the following for consideration:
- Cover Letter
- Letter of Recommendation
- Optional video up to two minutes that discusses your interest in the Studio Museum, the specific position you’ve applied for, and how an internship would impact your career
Application deadline is 11:59 pm on Monday, October 10, 2022. Applicants MUST apply on the portal of the Studio Museum website: www.studiomuseum.org/internships
Interns are required to work 15 hours/week, during the workweek (M-F); interns are also required to work in-person one day a week in our offices in Harlem. Total program stipend: $3150.