(MAM) & Yard School of Art offer American, Native American, & contemporary art exhibitions, programs, & classes in NJ

The Montclair Art Museum thanks all of its wonderful volunteers!
 
The dedication of volunteers has been central to the growth and vitality of the Montclair Art Museum. By helping to create a diverse community of MAM members who reach out and serve the public, our volunteers further the mission of the Museum.
 
It is only with your help that we are able to serve so many in our community. Won't you get involved today?
 
Volunteer Opportunities

The Montclair Art Museum Volunteer Program is open to anyone 13 years of age and older who is passionate about serving our community! For an overview of the activities volunteers typically participate in, please click here. Please note, the Montclair Art Museum does not accept volunteers for court-ordered community service or any other community service requirement that is a result of a disciplinary infraction.
 
Applications for Volunteer Positions:
Adult Volunteer (18+ years old)
High School/ Junior High School Volunteer (13–17 years old)
 
Internship Opportunities

The Montclair Art Museum internship intends to provide supervised practical training and professional development to students interested in a career in the arts and fields related to MAM’s many departments. This unpaid internship is open to students currently enrolled in high school or college (undergraduate or graduate program) who are at least 16 years old and for whom the internship will translate to course credit, school-to-work program, or another academic requirement approved by MAM and the student’s school.
 

Internship Application
The application deadline for Summer 2018 has passed. The Fall 2018 application will be posted in the coming weeks.

If you are still interested in working at MAM this summer, we are still accepting applications for our SummerART Counselor and Counselor-in-Training positions. The original April 6 deadline has been exteneded!
 
Internships in the following departments are available for Fall 2018:

  • Fundraising & Membership
    The Development Department works with individuals, corporations, foundations, and government agencies to raise funds to support every facet of the Museum. They are responsible for memberships, donations, fundraising, special events, grants, and more. Interns in this department assist with tasks that support these activities. Primarily focusing on membership fulfillment, research, and donation requests, interns will leave with a full understanding of what it takes to raise funds for a Museum.
  • Special Events
    Special Events involves strategizing and managing fundraising and cultivation events at the Museum to advance the involvement of a diverse community of donors and trustees. This includes the development of new experiences for MAM’s audience, planning receptions, private gallery viewings, and the annual Gala for MAM. Interns observe and assist with tasks such as conducting research related to upcoming events and supporting the overall production of development events. The ideal candidate is creative, organized, and has an attention to detail.
  • Marketing & Communications
    Interns observe and assist with projects such as organizing and preparing for exhibition press previews, Museum-wide announcements, press conferences, and other media events. They might also assist with graphic design projects, museum and event photography and social media campaigns, as well as general office administration such as posting calendar listings, organizing digital libraries, maintaining press clippings etc. Interns are often students with strong speaking and writing skills who are interested in learning about the communications, marketing, or social media fields. College Juniors and Seniors are preferred, although applications for Freshman or Sophomores will be considered. This internship is not open to high school students.
  • Vance Wall Art Education Center
    The Vance Wall Art Education Center offers a full schedule of engaging programs for schools, families, teens, and adults as well as art classes, workshops, and camps for all levels of learners. The department also develops special interpretation for collections and exhibitions.  Interns in this department observe and assist a range of programs led by docents and instructors. Interns may also assist with program evaluation and research opportunities. Please see the Yard School of Art page for information about SummerART Counselor and Counselor-in-Training positions.

        


For more information, please contact:
Sophiana Leto, Development Associate, Volunteers & Major Gifts, 973-259-5124, sleto@montclairartmuseum.org