Made possible by the Eugene McDermott Education Fund
The Dallas Museum of Art offers eight nine-month paid internship positions in the Education and Curatorial Divisions, open to individuals with undergraduate or graduate degrees who are interested in exploring museum careers. McDermott Interns work closely with staff throughout the Museum and are provided opportunities for individual contributions, allowing them to gain an in-depth and well-rounded perspective on museum work.
2014-2015 McDermott Internship
The 2014-2015 McDermott Internship Application period has closed as of March 7, 2014. Please view the 2014-2015 McDermott Internship Flyer for complete information on this year's program.
Staff will now begin reviewing all applications and selecting candidates for interviews. Those who pass this initial screening will be contacted to schedule an interview in April, either in person or by phone. We then hope to make our selections and fill each position by the end of May, at which point we will notify all applicants of their status.
If you have any additional questions about the McDermott Internship Program, please email us. But please note that, due to the high volume of inquiries we receive, we are unable to answer questions regarding the status of specific applications.
The Curatorial Department currently has an open position for a McDermott Intern for American and Decorative Art. Please view this page for complete information and application requirements concerning this special opportunity.
The McDermott Internship for American and Decorative Art is open to applicants who are interested in applying for a 2014-2015 McDermott Internship, however the required materials for each application must be submitted separately and addressed accordingly.
Summer Art Camp Internships
The Dallas Museum of Art offers four unpaid internship positions in Family, Access, and School Experiences during the summer months. Interns work closely with art instructors to facilitate Summer Art Camp programs designed for children age 4–12. Interns build hands-on teaching skills by helping to guide students in gallery activities, art-making projects, games, and sensory explorations.
Applications for summer 2014 are now being accepted. Please view our 2014 Summer Internship Posting for full details. If you have any additional questions about our Summer Internships, please email us.