Getty Marrow Education and Public Programs Intern

Corita Art Center is seeking an Education and Public Programs Intern to support our ongoing project to make arts education initiatives publicly accessible. Rooted in Corita Kent’s pedagogy, these initiatives will focus on CAC’s extensive collection of artwork and archival materials. The intern will help support in the interpretation of these materials for use in public programs and curatorial projects as we lead up to the opening of our new location! Activities will include: outreach and tour organizing for neighboring organizations and educators; artist-led workshops; research and writing of didactic materials and tour prompts. The Intern will also be expected to partake in weekly team meetings with all CAC staff.

Candidates should have an art history or art education background with an interest in community engagement, events, education, and public programs. Deep attention to detail and excellent written and communication skills are required.  


Interns must:  

  • Be a member of a group underrepresented in careers related to art conservation, museums, and/or visual arts organizations, which can include groups defined by – among other things – socioeconomic status, cultural background, physical or other disability, geographical origin and/or any life experiences that add diverse and underrepresented perspectives.  
  • Be currently enrolled as a full-time undergraduate in either a bachelor’s degree program or an associate’s degree program. Students must have completed at least one semester or two quarters of college by June. Students who graduated the semester or quarter immediately before the internship begins are also eligible. (Students who are enrolled in a second BA or BS program are not eligible.)  
  • Attend college in or be a permanent resident of LA County; and Be a United States citizen or permanent resident (non-citizen authorized to live and work in the United States on a permanent basis; also known as a "green card" holder). Students with DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival) status valid through the internship period are also eligible.


The internship is a full-time (35 hours/week) position for a consecutive ten-week work period beginning June 17 and ending August 23, 2024. While the current internship is planned to take place primarily on site, the selected candidate should be prepared for occasional remote work with stable internet access.

Work Hours: Tuesday to Friday, 9:00am–5:30pm with some evenings and Saturdays for event support as needed.

Compensation:  $6,925 plus commuter benefits

To apply

Please submit the following application materials no later than April 8,2024 by clicking here. You must include:


Be sure to include how you meet the eligibility requirements. Cover letters that do not state how requirements are met will not be considered.

3. (2) REFERENCES — either letters of recommendation or contact information.

Interviews will be conducted by videoconference or telephone. Due to the volume of resumes that we receive, we are regretfully unable to respond to phone calls and emails regarding the status of applications and the recruiting process. Feel free to contact Nicholas Brown, with any questions.