Internships and Fellowships

Become an Intern or Fellow at the Taubman

Learn how a museum really works, create valuable art world connections, and gain professional mentors with a Taubman Museum of Art paid college internship or graduate/post-graduate fellowship. 

Internships and fellowships begin with an overview of Museum operations, then dive into hands-on, cross-departmental projects connected to collections, exhibitions, and programming. Internships and fellowships are paid, and may be eligible for earning credit through your academic institution.

Summer 2022 Undergraduate Internship Opportunity
Three-week commitment: May 24-27 | June 1-5 | June 8-11
Total Hours: 80
Type of Internship: Hybrid (virtual with designated in-person dates)
Application Deadline: May 6, 2022

Making Connections—Undergraduate Internship Opportunity
Students will have the opportunity to explore connections between the art movements and artists represented in Treasures of American Art from the Heywood and Cynthia Fralin Collection and American Art from 1850-1950 from the Taubman Permanent Collection. Students will then have the opportunity to design, write, and produce a podcast/audio series about the connections researched that will be released and featured throughout the length of the exhibition. During this timeframe, interns will have the opportunity to meet various staff members to learn about their career paths and their role at the Museum. Interns also will work with the staff to provide support for the 64th Annual Sidewalk Art Show on June 4-5, 2022, including but not limited to assisting with day-of events, set-up, break-down, and artist assistance as needed.

Summer 2022 Graduate Fellowship Opportunity
Eight-week commitment: May 17-July 8
Total hours: 240
Type of Internship: Hybrid (virtual with designated in-person dates)
Application Deadline: May 6, 2022

Graduate Fellows will assist with the Undergraduate Internship Program in addition to individualized projects based on area of study and Museum need. This will include opportunities to interview with various staff members and receive a more in-depth understanding of the Museum and programming.

Winter Internship Opportunity
January 9-13, 2023 | 11am - 3pm EST

This opportunity is open to all majors, and the experience can be both on-site/virtual or all virtual. The group will work on a shared, cross-departmental project with deliverables and presentations at the end of the week. Interested applicants should email Katrina King-Singh at

Internship and Fellowship applicants must submit the following:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Two letters of recommendation 
  • Writing sample

Please email all materials to Katrina King-Singh at