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Internships and Student Employment Opportunities at UMMA

Internships and Student Employment Opportunities at UMMA

Photo by Marc-Grégor Campredon

Join the UMMA team and help us lead real change in museums, rooted in equity, collaboration, and care.

Working and learning at UMMA is a unique opportunity to help shape the future of UMMA. We value the important contributions of the students working on our team and your voice will have real impact. Get first-hand experience working at the forefront of museum practice with opportunities routinely available in curatorial research, collections management, educational programming, guest services, marketing and communications, and more! 

UMMA’s student involvement opportunities are open to students at all schools and colleges at U-M and many, as noted in postings, are open to students at any university.

Student Employment Opportunities

Employment opportunies will be posted here when available. You can also check the U-M Student Employment portal.

 

 

Internships

Internship listings will be posted here when available. You can also check the U-M Student Employment portal.

Student Advisory Board

SAB is a group of students with a wide range of backgrounds and experiences whose goal is to expand what UMMA can be for the campus community.

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UMMA Mission and Background

The University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA) puts art and ideas at the center of campus and public life. We create experiences that enrich our understanding of one another, foster joy, and build a more just future. Through exhibitions, programs, research, and community partnerships we are redefining what a campus museum can be. Formally established in 1946, UMMA is always free and fully accessible, and serves as the primary site for engagement with visual art on the University of Michigan campus. The Museum’s collection features over 21,000 objects and represents more than three millennia of global art-making. The Museum is committed to anti-racism and is proactively engaged with the most relevant social and cultural questions of our time—researching its collection to recalibrate past practices with today’s ethical standards, activating civic engagement and democracy, challenging conventions of encyclopedism, and acknowledging and confronting structural racism.