MoMA PS1 offers hands-on internships in its departments of Artbook @ MoMA PS1, Curatorial , Development and Fundraising , Director’s Office , Financial Management and Business Administration, Installation and Building Operations , Press and Public Relations, Public Programs, Registrar , Visitor Services, 2012/13 USA
Field of Internship: Operations of a non-profit art institution
Course Level: Internship
Internship Provider: MoMA PS1
Internship can be taken at: USA
Eligibility: -Intern candidates must possess a strong command of English, excellent communication skills, strong writing skills, word-processing skills on a PC-platform, and the ability to work and function in a creative and flexible environment.
-Most interns are based in one department, but have the opportunity to interact with all departments on a regular basis.
-Willing to do a substantial amount of administrative work while taking on more critical responsibilities for the institution’s operation.
-All interns work on a volunteer basis for a full trimester with a schedule determined by the Intern Supervisor.
-MoMA PS1 requires interns to work a minimum of two full days per week (seven hours per day). It is the responsibility of applicants
Internship Open for International Students: Yes
Is this paid internship? No
Internship Description: Interns are required to attend field trips/lectures at non-profit institutions and museums in the New York area that have been organized by the Internship Supervisor. In addition, interns may be asked to assist staff with special events, public programs, and exhibition openings. All interns may be required to assume guarding positions and/or work various Saturday afternoons during MoMA PS1’s summer concert series Warm Up.Applicants should apply to three of the departments (in order of preference).
How to Apply: By Post , E-mail
Internship Application Deadline: October 22, 2012 ( for Spring Cycle 2013)