Internships at the BMA
The BMA offers Internships to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as recent graduates. These positions provide the opportunity for Interns to contribute to various Museum projects and activities while learning how a major institution functions on a day-to-day basis. Interns will be guided by their supervisor who will act as a mentor and teach them about their department’s function within the Museum.
All materials must be submitted by Sunday, September 14th, 2014.
Application Instructions» (PDF)
The Archival Grants Intern will assist the Development Department with processing files for off-site archival storage. The intern will work with our Head Archivist to learn about the archiving process and may facilitate with other Development project needs. More (PDF) »
Library & Archives
The Archival Processing Intern will work under the direction and supervision of the BMA’s Head Librarian and Archivist to process institutional records for 15-month project funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. The Intern will gain experience with archival standards, preservation methods, and software such as Archivists’ Toolkit. More (PDF) »
Digital Experience & Communications
The Digital Content Intern will be supervised by the Digital Content Manager and will facilitate with digital/technology endeavors within the Museum including data entry, tracking statistics, and social media initiatives. More (PDF) »
The Special Event Intern will assist the Development Division with a variety of Member and Donor events. This position will report to the Special Events Manager and assist in the planning and execution of events such as the 100th Anniversary Gala, Member Preview Party, and Member Family Art Classes. Special Event Intern will have the opportunity to attend meetings relevant to these events, work with donor and event software, participate in Museum events, and other administrative tasks. More (PDF) »
The Education Project Support Intern will assist the Education Department with various projects including the rotation/reinstallation of The Big Table, BMA Outpost (mobile Museum), working with the department on tasks related to the African and Asian reinstallations, and other administrative duties. More (PDF) »
Exhibitions & Programming
The Exhibitions & Programming Department at the Baltimore Museum of Art is seeking an intern to assist with exhibition research projects, database work, and administrative duties. More (PDF) »
The Shop at the Baltimore Museum of Art is seeking an intern to assist with updating and expanding their online, adding product categories, images and descriptions under the supervision of the Director of Retail Operations. More (PDF) »