Some of you may be interested in this PAID internship opportunity for recent graduates (including BFA and MFA). According to an alum of the program, "They usually take up to two artists teaching art, and 2 art history people teaching art history, and 1 public programs interested person, or a variation thereof."
Details (from the Museum):
Internship at the Brooklyn Museum for the 2020-21 academic year, open to individuals who have recently completed undergraduate or graduate studies.
During this ten-month program, Fellows gain in-depth fieldwork experience by designing, facilitating, and teaching programs that address the needs of adult, access, school, teen and family audiences. Fellows leave the program with extensive experience teaching and programming for a variety of audiences, and with a completed professional teaching portfolio. Moreover, Fellows receive extensive mentorship, forge close-knit relationships, and gain access to a alumni base of over 170 artists, educators, curators, and scholars.
Please share this announcement widely, as we are eager to recruit a broad and diverse group of candidates to form a cohort of 6 Education Fellows. Queer POCs with experience working with teens and folks with ties to d/Disability communities (or experience teaching in neurodiverse classrooms) are especially encouraged to apply.
Start and end dates: September 8, 2020–June 17, 2021
Salary: $22,100 (subject to payroll taxes) plus benefits
Application deadline: April 5, 2020