Jobs & Internships

Art Ed Jobs & Internships



  • Students, undergraduate and graduate, are you interested in an internship at the Metropolitan Museum of Art? The Met in partnership with Museum Hue will lead an information session and workshop about their paid and unpaid internships on January 7th from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm. We are looking for diverse candidates of color from various disciplines (anthropology, architecture, art history, communications, cultural studies, education, history, international studies, library and information science, museology, public affairs, urban planning, etc). If you are interested please join me for an opportunity to learn how you can land an internship at the Met. We will identify your interests, skills, goals, and learning objectives to find the right department/project area for you. There will also be a walk-through of the online application process and an application mini-workshop. Space is limited so you must RSVP in advance if you plan to



  • CUP is seeking a teaching artist to design and implement a 10-hour project for high school students at the International Community High School in the Bronx.
  • RoboFun seeks part-time teaching artists with an interest in tech to guide students as they grow into innovative critical thinkers.
  • Manager of School, Youth and Family Programs is needed at the Museum of Arts and Design
  • Harlem Children’s Zone Promise Academy Charter Schools is looking for a Middle School Art Teacher.
  • HCZ Promise Academy is seeking an Art Teacher. 
  • An Art Education Teacher for Equality Charter School is needed.
  • Arts in Action Visual Art Program is seeking a Part Time Teaching Artist

    This position is open to all BFA graduates in fine art, or illustration majors as well as current undergraduate/graduate students working toward their degree in Fine Art or Art Education. All applicants should be considering a career in art education. This is a great opportunity to learn sequential curriculum development as well as all aspects of classroom management. The ideal applicant will have proficient fine art skills in drawing, and painting in a variety of dry and wet mediums and some basic previous experience working with children and/or teens. No teaching experience necessary. Visit our web site for more information on our 3 time Blackboard Awards winning fine art program. Must be available Monday, Thursday and Friday Afternoons, and Saturday Mornings.

    Submit brief cover letter in the body of your email, and attach a resume and 2 images of art work samples to

  • Booker T. Washington Beacon 54, a Harlem Children’s Zone after-school program, wants to bring a different flare to arts enrichment with an entrepreneurial approach.  We seek to add 3 artists to our team with unique skills sets in one of the following areas: Gaming, Visual Arts, Music and Music Production software, Fashion/Cosmetology and Business/Entrepreneurism.The type of person we want to build our team:Self-motivated and excellent communicatorUses a collaborative approach to learning & planning with fellow artists

    Has experience teaching their focus in a school-like environment

    Has experience writing project-based lessons

    Is comfortable delegating and taking instruction

    Knows how to make learning fun and NOT LIKE SCHOOL

    The logistics:

    15 hours per week; 2:00-7:00 pm – 3 days on site, includes planning!

    Working with middle school and high school students

    Once a month all-staff meeting (evening)

    Once a month specialists meeting (day)

    Please provide the following with resume:

    Cover letter expressing your focus and what you can add to our team

    Current resume including links to your on-line presence

    Lesson plan or curriculum

    Please submit to

    M.A. Hopkins

    Social Studies M.A.

    NYU | Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development

    (916) 832.3300



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