The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures offers motivated college students unique opportunities for internship experiences.
Educational interns will work to develop programming for school groups that complement state curriculum standards.
Docent interns complete an intensive eight-week training program and put the skills they learn to work guiding tours and answering questions for museum guests.
Curatorial interns will work on projects associated with the receipt, documentation, and storage of our collections.
These internships are excellent opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students in history, art history, and education programs. Interns may be eligible for academic credit toward their degree in certain departments at UMKC, or another accredited university.
For more information on any of these exceptional opportunities to put your classroom experience to work in a nationally recognized museum, contact contact museum educator Laura Taylor.