The Mint Museum offers employees and interns the chance to gain practical work experience in an environment that is meaningful, educational and fulfilling. View the openings below in various departments that are all crucial to the life of the museum:
The Mint Museum’s Internship Program is an opportunity for college and graduate students to gain valuable career insight into the daily operations of a museum. Internships are available at both museum locations and in a variety of departments, including: Advancement, Collections & Exhibitions, Curatorial, Design & Installation, and Learning & Engagement. Internships are unpaid and availability varies every semester.
View/Print the Intern application below to apply, or contact Kathleen Collier, Learning & Engagment Programs Coordinator, by e-mail or phone at 704.337.2098
The Director of Advancement is a key member of the senior management team and is charged with overseeing the planning and implementation of The Mint Museum’s long- and short-term fundraising efforts, devising strategies and techniques to accomplish development goals, and coordinating related museum activities. The Director of Advancement will bring demonstrated expertise and accomplishment to the role, providing leadership in core areas of focus, including major gifts, corporate sponsorships, foundation and government grants, membership, and planned giving.
In collaboration with the President & CEO, the Mint Museum Board of Trustees, and the Chair of the Advancement Committee, the Director of Advancement is expected to personally solicit, or coordinate the solicitation of annual operating support, capital funding, and endowment gifts, thereby generating significant growth in annual support, endowment, and legacy programs through personal cultivation efforts, volunteer-driven programs, and upgrade initiatives. The Director of Advancement will outline a systematic fundraising plan and objectives to ensure the growth necessary to sustain the museum, preparing annual operating plans and budgets and incorporating fundraising projections into the budget of the organization.