The Museum of Modern Art
The Museum of Modern Art is currently accepting applications for the Emily Fisher Landau Fellow to work directly with the Heyman Family Programs team in the Department of Education. Reporting to the Director, Family Programs and Initiatives and the Assistant Director, Family Programs, the Fellow will gain hands-on experience developing and teaching onsite and online programs and resources for families. The fellow will be an active team member as we expand and realize our diversity, equity, accessibility and inclusion commitments, reimagining our post-pandemic programming, and helping families find enjoyment, personal connection, and creative expression in art and art making. The Fellowship is expected to commence mid-September 2021 and conclude early August 2023.
• Bachelor’s of art, science, or fine arts degree in art history, art or museum education, fine arts, or education
•Basic knowledge of modern or contemporary art/artists
• Experience working with children and/or families in an educational environment; museum education preferred.
• Exceptional skills communicating, organizing, collaborating, writing and managing multiple projects simultaneously.
• Personable, flexible, intuitive, detail-oriented, a sense of humor
• Some museum teaching experience preferred.
• Ability to speak a second language is helpful.
• Available to work weekends
• Experience working with underserved and underrepresented audiences.
• Knowledge of Adobe InDesign, iMovie, Emarsys, Splash
• Application instructions: Applicants should submit a resume nd a statement of interest.
• Coordinates online and onsite programs for families, including scheduling, registration, marketing, and reporting.
• Builds, writes, schedules, and researches content for the family enewsletter.
• Corresponds with the public, program collaborators and volunteers; works across the Museum with Membership, Visitor Engagement, Communications, and Creative team colleagues to support family engagement.
• Coordinates outreach to underserved and underrepresented audiences, including liaising with community partner organizations.
• Helps with the research and development of resources for kids and families, such as activity guides, audio guides, and labels.
• Participates in training to learn best practices for museum teaching with the goal of developing a teaching practice; when ready, can lead online workshops and/or create art looking and making videos.
• Proposes and realizes own program and/or project supported by the Family Programs team.
• Performs any other duties reasonably related to the functions described above
Application Info: Applicants should submit a resume and a statement of interest via this link.
Equal Employment Opportunity has been, and will continue to be, a fundamental principle at the Museum, where employment is based upon personal capabilities and qualifications without discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, pregnancy, genetic information, military or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, marital and civil partnership/union status, alienage or citizenship status, creed, genetic predisposition or carrier status, unemployment status, familial status, domestic violence, sexual violence or stalking victim status, caregiver status, arrest or conviction record to the extent required by applicable law, credit history, or any other protected category as established by applicable law, including the New York City Human Rights Law (“NYCHRL”).