Hallie Ford Museum of Art offers several internship opportunities to Willamette University students throughout the calendar year.
Fall and spring semester internships
There are two internship positions available during the fall and spring semester. The internship serves as an introduction to the museum field, working primarily in the collections department.
For more information about the internship and how to apply see the posting on Jobcat.
The museum offers one internship position during the summer. This internship is sponsored by the Center for Ancient Studies and Archeology (CASA). For more information about this internship and the application procedure visit the CASA website.
My internship at the Hallie Ford Museum was the perfect addition to my college experience because it was fascinating to get hands-on experience and learn a variety of skills while receiving an in-depth knowledge of the museum. I loved working directly with the works of art.
Kathryn Pawlick, class of 2011
Being an intern at the Hallie Ford was one of the most eyeopening and rewarding experiences of my tenure at Willamette. I was able to take a hands on approach to many projects and experience all the intricacies of working in a museum as well as feel a connection to the Northwest art community. As I am particularly interested in conservation, working at the Hallie Ford Museum gave me the capability to meet professionals in the field.
Olivia Lawther, class of 2012
The possibility of interning at the Hallie Ford Museum is part of the reason I came to Willamette University. An opportunity to gain hands on experience in a museum field is not offered at many of the local liberal arts colleges. The Hallie Ford has been an invaluable resource to me, not only giving me experience with handling artwork, but with cataloging collections,organizing exhibitions,and beyond that it has allowed me to become an active part of the Pacific Northwest artistic community.
Reva Main, class of 2012