The Education and Community Engagement Department provides audiences of all ages with opportunities to engage with the museum’s permanent collection and special exhibitions. The museum’s award-winning education and community engagement initiatives serve 180,000 students, families, and teachers in D.C. and across the country each year. The department also supports The Phillips Collection's new campus at Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus (THEARC) providing arts-infused services promoting wellness in Southeast Washington, DC.
The Education and Community Engagement Intern will gain meaningful, hands-on experiences in art museum interpretation and learning, while supporting the department’s needs and initiatives.
Please submit a résumé, cover letter, two letters of recommendation, FAFSA report (if eligible), and complete unofficial transcripts on our ADP website. If at all possible, we prefer to receive the letters of recommendation together with the rest of your materials. If a recommender insists that the letter of recommendation remain confidential, please ask him/her to send the letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name in the subject line and the internship(s) you are applying to in the body of the email.