Internship Opportunities

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art offers professional, college and youth internships all year round. Interns have the opportunity to work in a multitude of roles as they get first-hand experience in the museum world.

BMoCA’s internships are unpaid and qualify for college credit or high school community service hours.

To apply for an internship, send a resume and cover letter stating your interest and experience as it applies to the position to:

ATTN: Internship Opportunities
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
1750 13th Street
Boulder, CO 80302

For more information or to submit your application online, email shannon@bmoca.org. No phone calls please.

Click HERE to download application for the Museum Youth Art Advisory Internship.

EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES

2014 Young Artists at Work Internship: 
Assistant Instructors

10 Internships available
Internship period: May through August 2014

Young Artists at Work is BMoCA’s signature summer art camp and offers youth ages 5-18 the unique opportunity to make art in a museum setting in independent, half-day, week-long workshops. The hands-on, interdisciplinary and age-appropriate workshops include working with Visiting Artists and interacting with museum exhibitions. Students are encouraged to explore new and exciting methods and materials. Camps take place Monday-Friday, 9am-noon and 1-4pm, with an additional lunchtime camp from noon-1pm.

Assistant Instructors will work with the Education Coordinator, Director of Education, Visiting Artists, as well as other museum staff to assist with planning and instructing hands-on projects that encourage creativity. Interns must be creative, energetic, work well with children and adults, and have an interest in art education. Interns must also commit to the entirety of the program, June-August. Interns will be assigned either morning or afternoon schedules to allow for flexibility to also have a summer job outside of BMoCA. This internship is competitive. Only ten interns are chosen each summer.

The internship schedule includes one orientation meeting, multiple training sessions, and 11 weeks of workshops, either morning or afternoon schedules.

This internship is unpaid, but qualifies for college credit. Speak with your adviser prior to starting the internship to register for credit.

To Apply:
Please send a letter of interest, describing any past experience with youth, visual art, and/or arts education, a resume, and a list of at least two references with contact info to nicole@bmoca.org or mail your application packet to:

Education Department
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
1750 13th Street, Boulder, CO 80302

Deadline for submissions is Friday, May 2, 2014. Candidates will be reviewed and accepted in an ongoing basis from February – May. Early application is recommended.

Art Stop Internship

Four positions, currently available

Art Stop provides free-of-charge, hands-on art making for youth ages 3 to 11 years old. Held outdoors on the front porch of the museum during the Boulder County Farmers’ Market, Art Stop is the destination point for creative projects designed to complement the exhibitions on display within the museum, as well as the colors and textures of the market. Interns will work closely with the education team to research, plan, and teach projects at the Art Stop booth.

Time commitment:  4-10 hours a week

Saturdays – April 3 to November 20 from 9 am – 1 pm
Wednesdays – May 5 to October 6 from 4 pm – 8 pm

Deadline: Ongoing

Public Programs Internship
Two positions, currently available

Work closely with the education team to research, plan, and implement current and upcoming educational programs and special events.

Time commitment:  4-8 hours a week, daytime, evenings, weekends

Deadline: Ongoing

MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES 

Marketing Internship

The Marketing Intern will assist the Manager of Museum Marketing with various projects, including: social media, the BMoCA website, graphic design projects, online calendar listings, mailings, and the distribution of promotional materials. The intern’s responsibilities will also include assisting with the planning and preparations for the annual auction fundraiser at BMoCA in September.

Qualifications:
Experience with social media required
Experience with WordPress strongly preferred
Experience with Adobe Creative Suite, including Photoshop and InDesign required
Interest in art
Organizational skills

Time commitment: 4–6 hours/week (flexible)

There are no internships currently available. Please check back in the fall. For information or questions, please email Rendl Clark at rendl@bmoca.org.

Media & Communications Intern

Tasks:
- managing and writing content for BMoCA’s social media accounts
- updating content on the BMoCA website
- graphic design projects
- updating online calendar listings
- assist with mailings and the distribution of promotional materials
- assist with photographing BMoCA’s special events and programs

Qualifications:
- experience with social media required
- experience with WordPress and website management strongly preferred
- experience with Adobe Creative Suite (including Photoshop, Ilustrator, and InDesign) strongly preferred
- photography skills strongly preferred
- strong organizational and management skills required
- writing skills required
- interest in being a part of the art community in Boulder

Time commitment: 4–6 hours/week (flexible)

To apply, please email a resume and cover letter stating your interest and experience to Rachel Brand at rachel@bmoca.org.

 

 




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