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The Toledo Museum of Art offers a variety of internships throughout the year. If there are no current openings listed below, feel free to complete an application which we will keep on file for three months from the submission date. If a suitable internship opens, we will contact you for an interview. We appreciate your interest in working with us.

Open Positions


Conservation Internship

The internship will be for one year and not to exceed two years. Working in the Collections area under the supervision of the Head of Conservation, the intern will be involved in all phases of conservation to the care for the museums extensive collection of three-dimensional art ranging from ancient to contemporary comprised of stone, metal, ceramics, organics, plastics, glass and painted surfaces. Working as part of a team which includes Curatorial, Exhibitions, and Registrar, the intern will be involved in all conservation activities such as condition reporting, environmental monitoring, preventive maintenance, treatment, documentation, and public outreach. The intern will be expected to expedite workflow in documentation and sharing of information between departments. Projects will be based on the intern’s level of experience. TMA offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package to include paid time off.

Conservation Intern


Application Instructions

  • Click here to open the internship application as a Word document.
  • Save the document to your computer and complete all fields, including pasting your resume information in the appropriate space on the form.
  • Attach your completed application to an e-mail message (subject line: Internship Application) and send to jobs@toledomuseum.org.

The Toledo Museum of Art is an equal-opportunity institution and makes internship decisions based on such factors as knowledge, academic achievement, skill, the ability to perform required activities and availability, without regard to non-pertinent factors of race, religion, color, sex, age, ancestry, citizenship, national origin, veteran, disability or any other protected status.

The Museum is a smoke-free workplace. We also comply with the requirements for the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Drug-Free Workplace program. Any offer of paid employment, including paid internships, is contingent upon passing a drug screen.