Brooklyn Museum of Art Intern

Education & Children

For internship more opportunities in Education, visit: BCAP Senior Camp Counselor Weave exciting connections between art, science, culture, and nature for groups of children ages nine to twelve during three two-week summer sessions. BCAP is organized by the Heart of Brooklyn and activities take place at the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, the Brooklyn Public Library, the Prospect Park Alliance, and the Prospect Park Zoo. For more information and an application, e-mail Museum Education Internship Program Each year, the Brooklyn Museum offers a ten-month paid internship program (September through June) for college graduates interested in teaching diverse audiences. Intern Educators receive intensive training in museum-education philosophy and practice from Museum staff members who monitor, observe, and guide their professional development. Intern educators lead the majority of the Museum’s Guided Gallery Visits for school groups and play an integral role in the planning and implementation of educational programs for school, youth, family, and adult audiences. Regularly scheduled seminars introduce interns to other Brooklyn Museum departments and to education programs at other New York museums. Student Guides The Student Guide program trains high-school, college, and graduate students to lead conversational tours of Brooklyn Museum collections and exhibitions. During this yearlong commitment, students develop critical-thinking and communication skills while sharing their fresh and diverse perspectives with Museum visitors. The initial eight-week training period begins in September. Applications are accepted year-round. Contact or (718) 501-6214 for more information

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