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The Museum offers opportunities for internships that provide real-world experience and insight into the museum profession. Successful candidates will be supported, informed, and encouraged by Museum staff over the course of their journey from student to professional.

Our interns will work directly with Museum staff and be embedded in a department at the Museum. The Museum staff is a small cohesive unit, so there will be opportunities for work across departments, making valuable connections in the operations of an art museum and non-profit organization. The Museum experience is not limited to people interested in museums or art. The Museum is a highly complex non-profit business with divisions in administration, art, education, marketing, public relations, and more.

Internships are offered during the summer, spring, and fall semesters. Please see our openings below for specific information about our available internships.

Collections, Curatorial & Exhibitions Intern Application

Applications and faculty references must be submitted no later than 5 PM on Wednesday, September 22.

To intern at the Museum, we ask that you commit to a minimum of ten (10) hours a week. Daily shifts must be at least three (3) hours long.

Please note that your application will only be considered complete with the submission of the online application and receipt of your Faculty Reference Form.

For further information, please contact Lauren Greene (757.221.2717)

Students attend an opening for our 2017 -2018 exhibitions "Building on the Legacy" and "Fred Eversley, 50 Years an Artist: Light & Space & Energy." Photo by Andrew Uhrig W&M '20
Museum intern at the student opening for our 2018 exhibition "Women With Vision: Masterworks from the Permanent Collection." Photo by Lex Rowland.
Student intern gives tour during our 2017-2018 exhibition "Building on the Legacy."