Norton Museum of Art Internships will resume in 2019 upon completion of the expansion project.
Public Programs Intern (Paid)
The Norton Museum of Art Public Programs Internship is a paid, part-time, semester-long program that provides one undergraduate, recent graduate, or graduate student the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in Public Programs in a museum while working with a team of museum professionals.
Internship Dates: January 14-May 31, 2019. Application deadline November 1, 2018.
Responsibilities during Art After Dark:
Responsibilities during office hours:
Applicants must be hard-working, detail-oriented, punctual, professional, and personable.
Part-time 16 hours each week including Friday evenings from 2-10 p.m. Office hours are flexible and to accommodate candidate’s schedule.
Eligibility and Terms
The program is open to college juniors, seniors, recent graduates, and graduate students. All applicants must have successfully completed at least two college-level courses in art history or art education.
Intern will receive a stipend.
Internship Application Materials:
Applications must include all materials listed below to be considered.
Norton Museum of Art Internship Application form: Click here
A typewritten personal statement of no more than 500 words. Please explain your interest in the Norton Museum of Art and this Internship. Briefly state your goals and objectives in obtaining this internship and how this experience may inform your career plans or interests.
Resume. Please include internship and work experiences, a list of relevant academic courses, and language skills.
Unofficial college transcript
Two letters of recommendation from academic or professional references
Mariela Acuna, Art After Dark Coordinator
Norton Museum of Art
1451 South Olive Avenue
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Qualified applicants will be contacted for interviews. Please no telephone inquiries.
The Norton Museum of Art is an equal opportunity employer.
Summer 2019 Internship Program
The Norton Museum of Art Summer Internship Program is a full-time, seven-week program that provides undergraduate students the opportunity to gain practical art museum experience, engage in intellectual discourse, and develop professional skills. This program is open to undergraduates at any accredited U.S. college or university, and to those who have earned a B.A. degree within the past year, but are not currently enrolled in graduate school. All applicants must have successfully completed at least two college-level courses in art history.
College Committee Internship
The Norton College Committee is a semester-long program that meets two hours per week and provides undergraduate students the opportunity to develop interpersonal and professional communication skills, meet a variety of museum professionals, and learn about the Museum’s art collection and special exhibitions. The program is open to undergraduates at any accredited U.S. college or university, or those who have earned a B.A. degree within the past year, but are not currently enrolled in graduate school.