Spring 2020 Education Internship


Appointment: Spring 2020, $12 hourly, avg.10-15 hours/week, flexible within M-F 9-5pm

Overall purpose of the position:

Landmarks is seeking an upper-level undergraduate or graduate-level intern to assist in its active education department. The intern will be responsible for executing a range of educational projects from start to finish.

Essential functions:

  • Enhance student involvement by designing programming such as expanded volunteer opportunities, orientation outreach, campus-wide pop-up learning events, curriculum for Landmarks Video, and custom class tours
  • Assist in designing public programming to establish stronger community partnerships with Austin arts organizations
  • Find new themes in the collection and design new tours for public and UT class tours
  • Design new educational materials such as activity guides, audio guides, and downloadable self-guided tour routes
  • Assist with Landmarks Docent program
  • Collaborate with other units on campus on new programming to reach students outside of the arts
  • Other related functions as assigned

Required Qualifications:

  • Enrolled as UT student in the College of Fine Arts
  • Interest in art education

Preferred Qualifications: 

  • Graduate student in Art Education

Applications Due by December 2, 2019

​To apply, please email the following to Christine Gwillim at cgwillim@austin.utexas.edu:​

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Three references
  • 250-300 word statement explaining how the internship will further your professional goals
  • 250-300 word statement of financial need
  • Because this position is partially funded by the College of Fine Arts Intern Scholarship, students must demonstrate financial need with a written statement