As part of its initiative to formalize its program in museum studies, the University Museum and the Department of Visual Arts and Performing Arts is pleased to announce the establishment of the Sarah A. Trotty Cultural Internship Program. Ten students are selected yearly to work at local art institutions which have historic collaborations with the African American community and with Texas Southern University.
The University Museum accepts interns in the fall, spring and summer semesters. The successful candidate will be enrolled full-time in a major university or college. Email for more information.
Museum Marketing Intern
Develop new social media campaigns from the ground up, considering our audience and the arts community in general. Monitor social channels for trending news, ideas and memes, then capitalize on those trends by creating content for all museum social media accounts, while incorporating cross-platform content strategies. Perform research into our competitors audience and provide advice for expanding our outreach in the digital space. Submit weekly and monthly reports capturing and analyzing social media metrics.
Museum Social Media Intern
Work with the on-site to create and implement artistic marketing campaigns. Develop content calendars on a weekly and monthly execution. Monitor & report Social Media metrics to identify viable ideas.Create engaging website, blog and social media content. Cross Social Media Network with other art organizations in the area.