The Kemper Art Museum provides a number of opportunities for Washington University students to explore the role of art in contemporary society.
The Museum is currently accepting applications from Washington University students for its paid Internship to Promote and Encourage Diversity in the Museum Profession.
From May 22-June 30, 2017, the student will participate in Museum outreach and community education programs, gain exposure to exhibition management, collection management, curatorial research, the Museum’s scholarly publications program, marketing, and visitor services, as well as behind-the-scenes operations of the Museum from security and facilities perspectives, including the storage, packing, and handling of art.
The internship is open to all undergraduate and graduate students at Washington University in St. Louis. Students in the Association of Black Students, Asian American Association, Association of Latin American Students, PRIDE, and multicultural student groups, as well as Enterprise, Rodriguez, and Ervin scholar groups, are encouraged to apply.
Applications are due April 7, 2017.
Teaching in the Galleries
Become a Museum docent through the Teaching in the Galleries program. Participants earn academic credit while learning about the exhibitions and providing engaging tours to visiting K–12 school groups and adult audiences.
Kemper Student Council
The Kemper Student Council gives students a voice in planning events for their peers; members seek to raise awareness of the resources and programs available to students while gaining museum experience.
Become a member
Current Washington University students can become a member of the Museum for FREE and take advantage of invitations to members-only events and exclusive exhibition previews!
The Museum is committed to serving the Washington University student community. If you would like more information view the student opportunities brochure here or contact Amy Miller, assistant educator, at email@example.com.