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Tenenbaum Interns

 

Tenenbaum Minority High School Student Internship

Telfair Museums provides an annual opportunity for one high school intern per school year to work in the education department to foster the development of future museum professionals. This paid internship is intended specifically for an outstanding student who is a member of a group that is currently under-represented in these professions including individuals of African-American, Asian, Latino or Hispanic and Native American descent. The one student chosen will gain exposure to the workings of Telfair Museums across various departments, and will work primarily within the education department by assisting with implementation of in-house and outreach programming, marketing, and evaluation. Financial need is considered in the internship award.

The next Tenenbaum intern term begins June 1, 2017

Apply now! Applications are due April 15, 2017

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Tenenbaum Minority Museum Education Fellowship

The fellowship, a new program initiated in 2016, is aimed to promote the museum’s strategic goals for education and audience development, to improve diversity in museum professions, and to provide valuable job experience and credentials for recent graduates in art or museum education entering the workforce. The Tennenbaum Fellow will provides general administrative support working within the museum’s education department on key programs linked to an ambitious series of exhibitions. The Fellow will assist in the development and implementation of community education and outreach programs for youth and underserved audiences related to exhibitions, STEAM, and other curriculum–linked content. The Fellow assists with the writing of lesson plans, making connections with outreach partners and new audiences, and teaching. The Fellow is a paid a competitive stipend, and is eligible for non-exempt employee benefits. This is a one-year fellowship, renewable to 2 years.

The position is currently filled. Future application deadlines to be announced.

 

Both projects are funded by the Labelle and Meyer Tenenbaum Education Endowment at Telfair Museums.