Internships at the Brick Store Museum are a great way to learn more about the world of museums. Museum interns get a chance to experience the variety of museum work, from education and collections, to exhibits and guest experience, to outreach and design.
Based on academic training, interests, and the availability of projects, intern projects focus on one of the following areas:
Education & Engagement
Internships include a small stipend, and are available in the Summer and Fall. These positions fill quickly, and vary according to current institutional needs. If you are interested in applying, please explore the Project Areas above!
Support the Professional Development Fund
Internships are incredibly important to both students and the Museum. Not only does working at a small museum help students develop their future careers in a variety of professions, but it allows the Museum to gain fresh perspectives on our work in the museum field.
Cultural sector internships are important to our communities. Unfortunately, they are rarely paid internships even at the largest of museums.