Harvard University is a large organization that includes more than 15,000 employees. The Harvard Art Museums partner with Harvard Human Resources to manage our hiring process.
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To search for job openings and for more information about employment at Harvard University, including benefits, please visit the Harvard Employment webpage.
Partnership with Studio Institute’s ARTS Intern Boston Program
The Harvard Art Museums regularly partners with Studio Institute’s ARTS Intern Boston Program to offer paid summer internships. The ARTS Intern Program provides exciting opportunities for college undergraduates to learn about nonprofit professions through internships at museums and other cultural institutions. The program seeks rising juniors and seniors with demonstrated financial need who attend college in Greater Boston. For more information and to apply, click here.
Curatorial Fellowship Program
The Harvard Art Museums currently have several Fellowship positions open to support their Division of Modern and Contemporary Art and the Asian and Mediterranean Art departments.
The Curatorial Fellowship Program at the Harvard Art Museums is designed to broaden the experience of scholars embarking on professional careers in art history and are considering the museum profession.
The 2021 Harvard Art Museums Fellowship positions are:
Division of Modern and Contemporary Art
• Nam June Paik Curatorial Fellow https://bit.ly/3tgh4Dq
• John R. and Barbara Robinson Family Curatorial Fellow in Photography https://bit.ly/3eNI0Fz
• Emily Rauh Pulitzer Curatorial Fellow in Contemporary Drawings https://bit.ly/3gVCmUn
Please click the link next to the Fellowship title to see the full job description and to apply.
The Harvard Art Museums are committed to equity and inclusion in its staff and to engaging with a wide range of audiences and constituents, and welcome applications from candidates of diverse backgrounds who share these interests and commitment.