Interns gain first-hand experience at a local art museum and are assigned to a specific department. They may assist with the following:
- Help maintain and update collection database
- Organize key records related to the Museum's Permanent Collection and donor history
- Exhibition research, planning, and installation
- Consolidate and organize records of the Museum's history
- Maintain and update the Museum's Research Library on Utah artists
- Plan, implement, and assist with events and public programs
- Develop and write curriculum and accessibility materials
- Create and prepare media resources, including photography and video
- Collect, code, and analyze data about Museum programs and visitors
- Help develop and implement evaluation tools for Museum programs and exhibitions
- Assist in researching and preparing grant applications and other fundraising tasks
- Assist with Museum marketing initiatives and tasks
- Perform data entry and database management to keep records for donors and other constituents of the museum up to date.
- May help plan and execute fundraising and membership events and programs.
Internship applicants must be able to commit to at least one semester (12 weeks) of service and serve a minimum of eight hours per week in their area of specialty. Prior to the start of internships, all accepted interns will be required to attend a general orientation meeting and obtain a background check.
Applications should fill out an online Intern Application and submit the following materials to BMatthews@springville.org. Questions can be directed to Brittany Matthews at BMatthews@springville.org.
- Cover Letter
- Resume with three professional/academic references
2022 Fall Semester
Application Deadline – July 20, 2022
Intern Orientation – August 30, 2022