Arts Intern (Boston, MA)

The Studio Institute provides support for apprenticeship-based opportunities to undergraduate students (Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors) interested in the art field. Studio Institute has been offering immersive internships at museums and cultural institutions in Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, New Jersey, New York, Philadelphia, and Providence areas! Institutions include the Memphis Brooks Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, ICA Boston, and the Fabric Workshop. Positions available will be in a range of departments, including but not limited to Curatorial, Collections, Education, Design, and Marketing. Applications are due by January 31st. To see more about our program, here is a link to the website. 

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Marketing and Communications Intern (Museum of Fine Arts)

The Communications team (Creative, Database Marketing, Marketing and Public Relations) at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), promotes the MFA’s collection, exhibitions and programs through outreach to local, national and international press, print and digital advertising,  management of social media channels with over 1.3 million followers, and email marketing. 

The team is seeking an enthusiastic, detail-oriented intern with strong writing skills and an interest in pursuing a career in communications. Reporting to the Marketing and Communications Officer, the intern will become integrated into the daily operations of the Marketing and Communications team, gaining valuable practical skills and workplace experience. 

Through mentorship from a team of experienced professionals and experience in a fast-paced environment, the student will gain valuable practical skills for a future career in communications. They will also have opportunities to grow their professional networks through interactions with colleagues and interns from departments across the Museum. 

The intern must commit to work onsite 12-20 hours per week (within Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm parameters), from Jan 19 through Apr 26, 2024, including attendance at the Museum Pathways & Practices professional development course from 12-2pm on the following Fridays: Jan 26, Feb 2, Feb 16, Feb 23, Mar 1, Apr 5, Apr 12, and Apr 19. 

The intern will be paid at a rate of $16.00 per hour. 

As we amplify our efforts toward becoming a truly inclusive institution, ensuring that diversity, equity, and access are lived values, we actively encourage candidates from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds to apply to the program. 

Read the full posting here.

Seeking full-time school psychologist supervisor!

We are seeking to hire an experienced school psychologist to supervise a diverse group of 24 school psychology graduate students over the next 5 years. This position is funded through a five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education titled, “Expanding Culturally Responsive Mental Health Services in Madison Metropolitan School District.” The grant was awarded to the University of Wisconsin-Madison to work in partnership with the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) to prepare a new generation of school psychologists from diverse backgrounds who are equipped with the knowledge and skills to deliver culturally responsive mental health services to children and youth in Madison schools.

The grant funds a five-year, 192-day teacher contract position for a School Psychologist Practicum and Internship Supervisor. Additional summer work may be needed and will be compensated accordingly. The Supervisor will work closely with the grant team to successfully implement the grant. The grant team is composed of UW-Madison School Psychology faculty (Katie Eklund, Steve Kilgus, Andy Garbacz, and Kristy Kelly) and MMSD Department of Student & Staff Support staff (Kristen Guetschow and Melanie Salgado). Please see the job posting below for additional information:

School Psychologist Intern (Denver, CO)

Traditional 186 work days per year; full-time

Salary Range: $21.50/hour

Essential Functions and Objectives:

 – This position supports the School Psychologist Team with routine administrative and program tasks.

Knowledge, Experience & Other Qualifications:

  – Must possess a Colorado Department of Education Intern Authorization with an endorsement in School Psychology.

– Experience in the administration and interpretation of a variety of test instruments to evaluate cognitive ability, learning aptitudes, academic skills and eligibility for special education.

– Experience using consultation techniques that allow for providing effective techniques that address problems in learning and behavior.

– Skills in intervention including psychological.

– Experience working with culturally diverse populations

Education Requirements:– In the final year of a Master’s degree in Psychology

Additional Information

-Work Year Calendars (including accrued time off):

– Benefits (including DPS contributions):

– Compensation Structures:

– Employee must live and work with a permanent home address in Colorado while working for Denver Public Schools.  

About Denver Public Schools:

Denver Public Schools is committed to meeting the educational needs of every student with great schools in every neighborhood. Our goal is to provide every child in Denver with rigorous, enriching educational opportunities from preschool through high school graduation.  DPS is comprised of nearly 200 schools including traditional, magnet, charter and alternative pathways schools, with an enrollment of more than 90,000 students.  

DPS has become the fastest-growing school district in the country in terms of enrollment and the fastest-growing large school district in the state in terms of student academic growth.  Learn more at 

Denver Public Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, or any other status protected by law or regulation. It is our intention that all qualified applicants be given equal opportunity and that selection decisions be based on job-related factors.

Instructional Design Assistant (Fall 2023 Internship)

The Instructional Design Assistant will be working closely with our Instructional Design team to assist in the development and delivery of online and blended programs offered by Tufts University.  The intern will have the opportunity to work in various aspects of online course design and will gain valuable experience working with educational professionals, educational technology, and the technical side of course development. 

Duration: 9/5/23 – 12/15/23 (flexible)
Hours Per Week: 10-12 hours (flexible)
Days of Work & Work Hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm
Pay Rate: $18-20.00/hour
This is a remote internship opportunity

Internship Description
The Instructional Design Assistant will be working closely with our Instructional Design team to assist in the development and delivery of online and blended programs offered by Tufts University. The intern will have the opportunity to work in various aspects of online course design and will gain valuable experience working with educational professionals, educational technology, and the technical side of course development. This is a term-based position for the Fall 2023 with potential to extend into the Spring 2024 semester.

Internship Responsibilities
Under close supervision and guidance, responsibilities include:
• Assist with the building of new courses in the Canvas learning environment using content provided by the academic program
• Assist with the quality assurance review of courses in Canvas using a standardized checklist and procedure
• Provide maintenance support for existing courses on an as-needed basis
• Assist with planning and facilitating training and other faculty development events
• Provide support on select projects for the Design or Video team as needed
• Other duties as assigned

Basic Qualifications
• Strong attention to detail and organizational skills
• Ability to efficiently manage time, multi-task as needed, and effectively navigate shifting priorities
• Familiarity with MS Office, Google Drive, and basic Canvas features
• High level of comfort with technology and ability to upskill rapidly
• Strong written and oral communication skills
• Ability to work in a collaborative team environment
• Customer focus
Desired Qualifications
• Interest or experience in online learning, instructional design, or instructional technology
• Interest or knowledge of basic graphic design or web design

Application process timeline

  • March 28: Application deadline
  • April 3 – 12 : Interview with selected applicants
  • Week ending April 14: Intern selection communicated

The deadline for the application is Tuesday, March 28.  Interested student can apply via this link

Internship Opportunities at Summer Camp with Neurodivergent Population

Camp Akeela, a summer camp for children and teens who have been diagnosed with ASD (Level 1) or similar social communication disorders, is beginning their hiring season for summer 2023 and are looking for another group of passionate students to work with us at camp this summer.