Staff Member (Intern Site Supervisor): Erin Hartley, Curator of Public Engagement
- Spring Semester: Mid/Late January – Mid/Late April
- Summer Semester: Early/Mid May – Mid/Late August
- Fall Semester: Early/Mid September – Mid/Late December
Hours Per Week: 10 hours per week + special event hours. Assistance with at least one special event per month is required.
The Education Intern works as part of the Education team to support educational programming. Intern projects will be decided based on program schedules, intern’s interests, and best fit; these may include Family Art Saturday, tour programs, school outreach (Art Truck), and community outreach events.
Interns are responsible for various tasks for the preparation and instruction of their assigned program(s). These may include: program content development, teaching material preparation, maintenance of classroom spaces, and assistance with classroom management and program instruction.
Applicants must be able to commit to weekend dates for their assigned program(s) throughout the internship.
Skills and Qualifications:
- Enjoys working with youth and is comfortable speaking to groups of all ages
- Preferably has experience working in an educational setting and has a background in the arts
- Friendly, punctual, reliable, and self-motivated
- Able to accept direction
Intern may be required to meet at alternate locations occasionally within the Salt Lake area.
This internship can also be split with the Visitor Services internship if the applicant desires, or has required hours.