Employment & Internships
There are currently no job openings at this time.
The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston provides opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to gain practical experience as volunteer interns in the curatorial, development, and education and public programs departments. Internships are unpaid, but arrangements can be made with the intern’s home institution for course credit. Interns generally work between 8 to 20 hours each week.
CAMH is currently accepting applications for the summer internship. For more information including how to apply, click here.
Deadline for summer internship applications is May 1, 2015.
Public Programs: Open Call for Skill Set Instructors and Proposals
The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston is now accepting proposals from the public to lead a class in conjunction with Skill Set, CAMH’s new hands-on workshop program and skills exchange. Skill Set gives individuals an opportunity to share her/his expertise on an eclectic array of subjects: educational, recreational, and/or utilitarian. Skill Set allows presenters to pass on the various skills they have mastered in a non-traditional hands-on workshop style classroom setting. Past and upcoming Skill Sets include the history and use of turntables, altering musical instruments, and beekeeping. Classes do not have to take place at CAMH and can occur throughout Houston if necessary.
For more information including how to apply, click here.
Call for creative minded teens: CAMH Teen Council
The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston is currently accepting applications for the Museum's Teen Council (TC). The Teen Council is a group of highly motivated youth (ages 15-18), who are employed by the Museum and committed to bringing contemporary art to their peers.
TC meets regularly once a week to develop youth-oriented programming at and events at CAMH, such as art exhibitions, film screenings, music festivals, fashion shows, and more. If you have skills you think the Teen Council, CAMH, and most importantly Houston can benefit from, please follow the link below and complete the online application.
Click here to view the 2014-15 Teen Council Member application.
Teen Council is supported by Ms. Louisa Stude Sarofim, Texas Women for the Arts and Texas Commission on the Arts.
For more information visit the TC Page on camh.org.
CAMH fully subscribes to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity. It is our policy to provide employment, compensation, and other benefits related to employment based on qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, veteran status, disability, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local law. In accordance with requirements of the Americans With Disabilities Act, it is our policy to provide reasonable accommodation upon request during the application process to eligible applicants in order that they may be given a full and fair opportunity to be considered for employment.