The Noguchi Museum offers a wide variety of internships for students interested in the work of Isamu Noguchi or those looking to gain experience working for a museum or in a non profit arts organization. Internships at The Noguchi Museum are available for the catalogue raisonné project, in the curatorial and collections department, as well as in the administration and archives departments. While interns will often find themselves involved in a variety of tasks associated with multiple functions of the museum, please express any specific interests in your cover letter. The Museum offers fall, spring, and summer internships for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as recently graduated college students. Internships are typically one-to-two days per week for twelve weeks and are unpaid.
For more information about teen involvement at the Museum, please visit our Education page and read on about our Teen Advisory Board.
Please note: International candidates must secure and be in possession of a valid US work visa for the entire internship period.
Please note: Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until positions are filled. However, it is recommended that applications be sent out before the dates listed below.
Fall (September – December): August 1
Spring (mid January – May): December 19
Summer (June – August): April 15
Please submit a résumé and cover letter in Microsoft Word or PDF format by the appropriate deadline to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please format filenames to include your name and document type. For example: Noguchi_Isamu_Resume.pdf; Presley_Elvis_CoverLetter.pdf
The email subject line should be the name of the position desired. Questions can also be directed to the same address. Please no calls or written applications.
The Museum has no current openings for internships.