The Museum of Modern Art: The Seasonal Internship Program provides undergraduate and graduate students and beginning professionals with practical experience in a specific area of museum work at The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to departmental work, each Tuesday interns participate in professional development activities designed to increase understanding of the Museum’s various collections, exhibitions, and departments. The Museum hosts approximately 25 interns per season in just about every department. Participants may arrange for academic credit through their school, but it is certainly not a requirement.
MoMA PS1: MoMA PS1 offers hands-on internships for college students and recent graduates in several of its departments. Our internship program provides the opportunity to learn about the operations of a non-profit art institution and to work alongside some of the world’s most exciting contemporary artists and curators.
MoMA PS1 is also a host for Studio in a School’s Summer Arts Intern Program. Visit www.artsintern.org for more information.
The Museum of Modern Art Fall 2019 Internships
The Museum of Modern Art Fall 2019 internships require a minimum commitment of three days per week, one of which must be Tuesday. The schedule for the three days is 9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. One must have a minimum of two years of college completed (or equivalent) by September 2019 in order to apply.
Three days per week minimum. In order to attend all internship activities, one work day must be Tuesday.
MoMA PS1 Summer 2019 Cycle
MoMA PS1 offers hands-on internships for undergraduate and graduate students and beginning professionals with practical experience in a specific area of museum work. Our internship program provides the opportunity to learn about the operations of a nonprofit art institution and work alongside some of the world’s most exciting contemporary artists and curators. In addition to departmental work, each Tuesday interns participate in professional development activities designed to increase understanding of the Museum’s various programs, exhibitions, and departments.
Full-time, 12-month internships with stipends are offered for recent college graduates interested in pursuing a museum career. The focused departmental training is integrated with the fall, spring, and summer lecture series and complemented with financial provisions for the interns to create a research trip related to their field of interest. Additionally, monthly activities are designed specifically for this cohort to receive greater exposure to the museum and art fields.
Twelve-month internships provide training in specific museum fields through close work with a professional staff member, familiarity with modern and contemporary art through seminars and discussions, and an educational program that exposes interns to the workings of the Museum as a whole, while considering the role of museums in the broader cultural context.
Recent graduates of bachelor’s or master’s degree programs. The Museum encourages candidates from diverse backgrounds and academic disciplines to apply. International candidates are eligible to apply.
$32,000 stipend (gross), subject to applicable tax withholdings. Health benefits, two weeks paid vacation, and an additional $2,000 to cover travel expenses for an approved research trip related to the intern’s field of interest.
Community and Access Internship, Department of Education
Four 12-Month Internships Supported by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation
As a sponsor of the J-1 visa program, the Museum is committed to providing opportunities for international students and emerging professionals to learn about the practices and organizational systems of an American museum. To this end, with the support of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, MoMA is accepting applications for four 12-month internships for Greek nationals.
Education at MoMA is made possible by a partnership with Volkswagen of America.
Leadership annual support for Internship Programs is provided by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation.
Major funding is provided by an endowment established by Clarissa and Edgar Bronfman, Jr.; the Emily Fisher Landau Educator Fund; the Louise Bourgeois Internship Fund; and by the gifts of Alan Kanzer.
Generous support is provided by The Dedalus Foundation, Inc.; The Friends of Education of The Museum of Modern Art; The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art; The Modern Women’s Fund; and Agnes Gund.
Additional support is provided by Council for Canadian American Relations; Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation; Carole Kismaric Mikolaycak Internship Endowment; and the Annual Education Fund.