Internship opportunities are available in a variety of ways. Positions are periodically offered in education, history, gallery management, and marketing. Computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Photoshop, Publisher, and PowerPoint are helpful. All internship positions at the Woodman Museum are currently unpaid.
Contact Beth Fisher, Acting Executive Director, to discuss internship opportunities.
The Museum’s Docent Program is comprised of trained volunteers who interact with visitors by providing tours of the Museum and its collections. Docents facilitate tours by leading discussions and asking questions.
A new Docent class will begin in Spring, 2017. Participants will attend gallery training sessions to become familiar with the collection and how visitors interact with the objects. The training program includes approximately 3 hours of class time per week plus at-home assignments, visual literacy touring technique, group activities, mentoring by active Docents, and a series of touring presentations. The training program lasts approximately 3 months.
Contact Beth Fischer, Acting Executive Director, to discuss pre-training opportunities. Please join us as we share our history and culture with visitors near and far.