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Dallas Contemporary seeks an intern in the museum’s development department. One full day during the work-week will be required of the Development Intern, preferably a student, willing to volunteer from 1 November 2019. The internship length is to be decided between the student and the institution, and can be as short as six weeks. A longer commitment would also be welcome.


Responsibilities will focus on administrative assistance, particularly dealing with museum membership. The position will offer the opportunity of insight into the operations of a contemporary art museum, as well as exposure to the role that fundraising plays within such an institution.


Interested parties should please submit a resume to with the subject line: Development Internship.



Louis L. Borick Foundation RENAISSANCE PROGRAM


The Renaissance Program targets emerging museum and arts professionals who want to develop their knowledge in a supportive, progressive, and creative environment. Interns will acquire practical experience at a non-collecting museum by working closely with staff on special projects and daily operational duties. The Renaissance Program is geared towards developing an interdisciplinary approach to museum practice. Interns will collaborate with the exhibitions, education, and development departments from planning to project completion during their tenure. Internship structure will be based upon the candidate’s personal areas of interest and expertise. Dallas Contemporary seeks talent from applicants of all backgrounds and values diversity of culture, race, ethnicity, gender expressions, and ability.


Applications are currently closed. Please check back in Spring 2020 for information about 2020–2021 candidacy.


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