Responsibilities may include:
• Organize and file artist data in biographical files
• Scan and save permanent collection images
• Generate donor labels for library books
• Attend special events when needed
To qualify, a prospective intern must meet one of the following criteria:
- Currently enrolled as an undergraduate, graduate, or post graduate student majoring in art (Studio, Art History, Art Education, Museum Studies) or Communications (Marketing).
- Recent college graduate within the above disciplines (eligible for one year following graduation). Preference will be given to currently enrolled students.
- High school senior accepted into a college or university fine art program (eligible for the summer following graduation).
Applications are accepted three times a year according to the schedule below:
- Semester 1: January - May, Applications accepted: November - December
- Semester 2: June - August, Applications accepted: March - April
- Semester 3: September - December, Applications accepted: May - August
Submit the following materials: Resume, cover letter, and contact information for three professional references.
Email application materials to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or mail to:
Racine Art Museum
PO Box 187
Racine, WI 53401-0187
No phone calls please