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Internships

The Albright-Knox is seeking applications for a paid summer internship in the Education and Community Engagement department.

This internship will begin June 20, 2020, and last eight weeks with a 20-hour work week at a pay rate of $15 per hour. The intern will work on supporting the work of the Education and Community Engagement department, including educational programs for adults and youth at the new Albright-Knox Northland. In addition, the intern will conduct research for the department connected with planning for programming and tours in the post-renovation museum. The intern will also learn broadly about the museum, including informational sessions with staff members from departments across the organization.

To apply for this internship, applicants will need to complete the internship application form as well as submit the following additional materials:

  1. Current resume
  2. Letter of intent (up to 1,000 words) describing why you are interested in the internship and how your experience and knowledge align with the internship.
  3. Official academic transcript
  4. Two recommendation letters (at least one academic recommendation)

The Albright-Knox encourages submissions from applicants from students from backgrounds under-represented in museums.

Completed applications are due by Monday, March 9, 2020.

The additional materials can be emailed to internships@albrightknox.org or mailed to:

Internship Program
Education Department
Albright-Knox Art Gallery
1285 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, New York 14222-1096

For questions or more information, please contact the Education Department at 716.270.8282 or internships@albrightknox.org.

2019 Summer Interns in the Sculpture Garden. From left: Tiani Oakes, Audjanae "Melly" Gregory, Darcy Spencer, and Nyles Moore. Photograph by Tom Loonan.

2016 Summer Interns in one of their weekly seminar sessions

2016 Summer Interns in one of their weekly seminar sessions. Photograph by Tom Loonan.

 

  • Questions?

    For questions or more information, please contact the Education Department at 716.270.8282 or internships@albrightknox.org.

  • A fall 2015 Curatorial intern helps with exhibition layout planning
    Intern Testimonials
  • Academic Credit

    Students who wish to obtain academic credit for their internship are asked to make their own arrangements with their college or university.

  • Non–US Citizens

    Students who are not United States citizens must be current student visa holders (F1 or M1 visas) in order to participate in the Albright-Knox's Internship Program. 

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