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Due to the ongoing global pandemic, Racine Art Museum and RAM’s Wustum Museum of Fine Arts have decided to temporarily suspend this internship program until further notice.

Interns are offered hands-on training in the related internship position and an overview of museum operations. They are exposed to a number of everyday museum functions and participate in special projects.

With the exception of the Administrative Internship, these internships are unpaid; however, most educational institutions can offer pay or academic credit. Students are encouraged to discuss possibilities with their college or university. Work/Study students welcome to apply.

Eligibility

RAM offers a number of internships each year. Interns are selected based on their qualifications and available space in the program. 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 interested into a college or university fine art program (eligible for the summer following graduation).

Submit the following materials: Resume, cover letter, and contact information for three professional references.

Email application materials to kvoelz@ramart.org or mail to:

Kendra Voelz
Racine Art Museum
PO Box 187
Racine, WI 53401-0187
No phone calls please

Applications are accepted three times a year according to the schedule below. Some internships may not be offered every semester.

Semester 1: January – May

Applications accepted November – December

Semester 2: June – August

Applications accepted March – April

Semester 3: September – December

Applications accepted May – August

Internship Opportunities and Responsibilities

Art Education Intern
  • Assist with conception, planning, and facilitating programs

  • Work at community art programs

  • Organize and coordinate volunteer art assistants

  • Help promote education offerings

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Marketing Intern
  • Maintain and expand media database

  • Assist with weekly email newsletters

  • Proofread and edit printed materials

  • Attend special events when needed

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Administrative Intern
  • Organize and file artist data in biographical files

  • Generate donor labels for library books

  • Attend special events when needed

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Exhibitions Intern
  • Research artists and objects for upcoming exhibitions

  • Maintain and update collection records

  • Assist with digitizing the collection

  • Aid in the distribution of rights and reproduction letters

  • Attend special events when needed

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