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 & Communications, Collections & Exhibitions, Curatorial, Design & Installation, and Learning & Engagement. Internships are unpaid and availability varies every semester.
Under the supervision of the Director of Collections & Exhibitions, the Exhibition Coordinator manages, coordinates, and supports logistics for traveling exhibition development, including installation, design processes, and project schedules. This position also provides support for all activities involving the planning, managing and execution of permanent collection galleries, and incoming exhibitions. Assists with aspects of development, coordination, communication, and implementation on related department projects.
Under the direction of the Exhibition Designer, the Exhibition Graphics Designer develops and produces exhibition design materials, exhibition graphics, and interpretive graphic materials to support the brand and identity established by the curatorial vision and design concepts as well as the overarching institutional brand identity. Streamlines the collaborative process between department to promote a stronger unity between exhibition branding, gallery design, and the visual communication of the exhibition. Works internally and externally to manage graphics production schedules for exhibitions and permanent collection galleries. Provides administrative support for the Exhibition Designer.