Thank you for your interest in employment at The Works: Ohio Center for History, Art & Technology.
We consider all applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.
There are no positions open at this time.
Eligible applicants should please submit a resume and cover letter to Human Resources. Qualified applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview.
Internships at The Works are a great way to learn about careers that work together to create a successful non-profit museum. All interns will be expected to become familiar with the museum operation and exhibits in order to assist guests of the museum. A large and vital role of our interns is to provide guests with a positive experience. At the completion of the term, each intern will be required to deliver a presentation to The Works’ administration and staff reflecting on their experience.
Museum Education Intern
The Works is a dynamic and interactive museum that takes an active educational role in the community. The Museum Education Intern will work with the Education Team on the development and implementation of educational programming. Programming includes school tours, outreach, interactive exhibits, and special events. The intern may be asked to assist Educators teaching small groups of children or adults. The intern may be asked to research relevant topics and receive assignments related to educational programming.
Art Gallery and Programs Intern
The Works endeavors to bring relevant and thought-provoking art exhibits and programs to the community. The Art Gallery and Programs Intern may assist guest curators with the removal and installation of art exhibits within the gallery. The intern will be expected to interact with guests within the gallery to assist with interpretation and may be asked to assist with marketing collateral. The intern will be expected to assist with drop-in art programs and summer camps, and should be able to lead artistic activities with small groups of children. The intern may be asked to develop and implement art projects for special events and scheduled programs.
Marketing and Graphic Intern
The Works is a vital part of the community in which it resides attracting thousands of guests each year. The Works advertises and communicates through multiple outlets to reach a wide audience. The Marketing and Graphic Arts Intern may be asked to take photographs and write text for promotional brochures, posters, and other marketing collateral. The intern may be asked to assist with creating signs and exhibits for the museum, post updates through social media, or draft press releases.
STEM Programs and Education Intern
The Works is a dynamic and interactive museum that takes an active educational role in the community with an emphasis on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). The STEM Programs and Education intern will work with the Education Team on the development and implementation of STEM educational programming. Programming includes school tours, outreach, summer camps, interactive exhibits, and special events. The intern may be asked to research topics relevant to STEM educational programming and assist Educators in the instruction of children and adults.
To be eligible for an internship, applicants must be current full- or part-time Junior- or Senior-year college students. Please submit a resume and cover letter to The Works for consideration. Qualified applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview.