Internship Opportunities

Internship Opportunities

The Corning Museum of Glass offers exciting internship opportunities to undergraduate and graduate students. Interns will have the chance to develop professional skills and learn behind-the-scenes of an internationally renowned glass museum. Internships are available in a variety of disciplines, including (but not limited to): museum studies, museum education, communications, digital media, information technology, library science, marketing, and communications.

All applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, unless otherwise noted. The Museum offers paid and unpaid internships that typically last for one semester.

The Corning Museum of Glass Internship Program strives to foster a culture and community of equity and inclusion that promotes, respects, and celebrates all aspects of diversity.

Application Process

To apply for a specific internship - or to express an interest in another area - please submit a resume and cover letter including:

  • The internship for which you are applying (or area of interest for general inquiries)
  • The term you are seeking an internship for (Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer)
  • How your skills/experiences have prepared you for an internship with CMoG
  • What you hope to gain from the experience
  • Required number of hours (if any)

All application materials should be submitted via email to [email protected].

Current Opportunities

The Public History Internship will focus on the recently acquired B-Team Records.The B-Team was a seminal glass performance art troupe founded in 1991 by Zesty Meyers and Evan Snyderman. The Public History Intern will conduct research in the collection in preparation for a forthcoming documentary about the troupe.
The Safety Program at the Corning Museum of Glass is seeking a part-time intern to join a fast-paced, creative environment where Safety Never Ends. Safety is a function of the Human Resources Department.  Responsibilities include all aspects of both staff and public safety.  Additional functions include project management, training, ADA compliance and security.
The Studio Tech Intern will provide support to the Studio Facilities Manager and Technical Team in areas relating to preparation and execution of classes, residencies, rentals, and events. They will assist other programs as needed, engaging and building upon their glassmaking, teaching, and customer service skills. Interns will receive training across the facility, gaining an understanding of both the planning and the execution of The Studio’s programming, equipment maintenance, and supply organization.
The Studio Program Intern will provide administrative support to the Studio Director and Program Coordinator in areas relating to research, planning, promotion, and marketing of classes and events. They will assist the Make Your Own Glass and Fun With Glass programs, engaging and building upon their glassmaking, teaching, and customer service skills. The intern will receive training across this multi-faceted operation, gaining an understanding of both the planning and the execution of The Studio’s programming. This internship is offered in the fall or spring.
The Volunteer Program at The Corning Museum of Glass offers members of the community an exciting and enriching way to make a difference and get involved in the community. We offer a variety of volunteer opportunities and provide ongoing training and support. Our members represent a diverse group, with volunteers ranging in age from 13 to 93.
The Corning Museum of Glass cares for and displays the world’s best collection of art and historical glass, encompassing 3,500 years of history and more than 50,000 glass objects. The Collections Management Intern will have the opportunity to shadow registrars, preparators, and the Collections and Exhibitions Manager to get a varied understanding of the department’s role and responsibility within the museum.
The Corning Museum of Glass, the international leader in the pursuit and dissemination of knowledge about the art, history, science, and technology of glass and glassmaking, has an exciting opportunity for an intern to participate in a summer-long internship with our Flameworking and Properties of Glass Demonstration Team.
Sharing our knowledge of glass conservation is an important aspect of the Museum’s mission. Graduate or post-graduate students with some experience treating glass objects are invited to apply to become a specialized trainee in the Museum's conservation department.

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