About our Internships
Have you ever wondered what goes on "behind the scenes" at the International Museum of Women (I.M.O.W.) to support our range of programs and projects? The truth is, our mission to value the lives of women around the world requires a great deal of work. In addition to planning and curating annual exhibitions, I.M.O.W. conducts an on-going speaker series and art and education program.
If you would like some first-hand experience in these activities and daily museum operations, consider applying for an internship. Generally six to twelve weeks long, an internship gives you the opportunity to work one-to-one with museum professionals. It is also a great way to meet other interns with similar interests. An internship makes good professional sense, too, because colleges and universities frequently require this type of hands-on-training as a prerequisite for earning degrees, and potential employers are always interested in candidates who come to them with related experience. Internships are directed toward BA, MA level students, as well as those in between careers.
* Please note: Internships and Community Service Volunteers are unpaid positions.