Youth and K-12 School Education

The Youth Education intern will work with the Children’s Art Adventures teacher.

This  internship will focus on working in the classroom for hands-on experience. Interns will assist in teaching and classroom management in a youth art program that serves ages 6+. The position may be customized to address interests and focus. In addition to classroom time, interns may: create brochures and activity booklets that interface with exhibitions at PAAM; create educational materials for K-12 schools and educators using the PAAM collection as a starting point; and create promotional and outreach  materials for the program. Administering and funding education programs, such as grant-writing, data collection and management, recruitment, marketing, website maintenance, and video production may be addressed. Artists and those interested in working with underserved populations, and K-12 education, are encouraged to apply.

Valued attributes of qualifying interns include the ability to: pitch in and help during varied circumstances; operate intelligently, responsibly and independently; maintain a sense of humor. Knowledge of PCs and Macs, Microsoft Office, InDesign, Constant Contact, and WordPress helpful. Some physical work is required.

This position is open to college and graduate students with majors in art, art history, arts administration, museum studies, arts education and similar fields. Recent graduates are also welcome to apply. It takes place mid-June through August, 10-40 hours weekly, mostly during office hours, though limited evening and weekend attendance is required.

This is an unpaid position. Compensation includes a one-year membership to PAAM, free participation in workshops (commensurate with hours worked), and recommendation letters.

Please read the internship information carefully before applying. Send a cover letter, resume, and letter of reference via email or mail. Your cover letter should include your top three choices of areas of concentration/internship focus. Interns are welcome to work in more than one area of the Museum. Proposals for self-directed projects are considered. Positions are filled on a rolling basis, so first choices may not be available. Please limit cover letter to a maximum of two pages.

Materials should be mailed to:

Internship Program
460 Commercial Street
Provincetown, MA 02657

Or e-mailed to:

Internship applications are accepted on a rolling basis but preference is given to summer internship applications received in April and early May. You’ll receive a confirmation email within ten days of your materials being submitted.