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The Albright-Knox believes that all qualified candidates should have access to jobs in the museum field and that all employees should be compensated fairly for their work. In accordance with the recommendation of the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD), the Albright-Knox Art Gallery offers paid compensation for all internship positions.

Due to COVID-19, the museum has suspended its Summer 2021 internship program. If public health circumstances permit, we will post application materials for the Summer 2022 program in February 2022.


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

  • 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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