Intuit strives to be a remarkable place to work, where each team member is recognized for their talents and contributions.
Thank you for your interest in joining the Intuit team! There are no available positions at the moment, but please continue to check this page for opportunities.
Join a community of outsider and self-taught art enthusiasts who enjoy creating a welcoming space for others to explore and learn about the genre.
Volunteers are an integral part of the Intuit experience. From greeting guests to engaging in conversations about Intuit exhibitions, programs and membership, volunteers create opportunities that connect people to the museum and the genre. As an Intuit volunteer, you will gain hands-on experience in museums and learn about exhibitions and programs from Intuit staff.
- Support the Guest Services team
- Contribute to an inviting museum environment by welcoming guests
- Assist in the daily operations of the Intuit Store
- Learn about the museum’s collection and exhibitions through staff-led training
Volunteer commitments are in 4-hour blocks on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and or Sunday. Ready to get Intuit? Complete the volunteer application and indicate your availability; an Intuit staff member will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
Intuit launched its inaugural paid fellowship program for emerging BIPOC museum professionals in June 2021.
Thank you for your interest in becoming an Intuit Summer Fellow! The summer 2021 application period is now closed, but please continue to check this page for summer 2022 information.
Intuit accepts undergraduates, graduate students and recent graduates who are interested in gaining hands-on experience in a non-profit art museum.
Interns take part in several aspects of Intuit. In addition to completing daily tasks, short-term assignments and long-term projects, interns participate in staff meetings, educational and public programs, and special events. Interns work 15-20 hours per week for a minimum of three months.
Intuit internships provide exciting opportunities to gain valuable insight into the operations of a non-profit art museum. Past interns have used their internship experience to enter into careers in museums and other cultural organizations. Some have even become Intuit staff members!
While Intuit internships are unpaid, there are many other benefits of being an Intuit intern, including:
- A membership card that provides reduced or free admission to more than 800 member museums across the United States for one year
- Occasional curator-led museum tours of current exhibitions
- Free participation in Intuit events and programs
- Discounts in the Intuit Store
- Opportunities to work with museum professionals in every department of the museum
There are three application deadlines a year. Intuit guarantees equal consideration to qualified persons of all backgrounds and identities.
- Fall (September-December): September 21
- Winter-Spring (January-April): January 1
- Summer (May-August): May 1
Required Application Materials
To apply for a specific internship, please email a cover letter, resume and one letter of recommendation to the contact person listed within the internship description. Applicants interested in the Collections and Exhibitions Internship, Development Internship, or Marketing and Communications Internship must also submit a writing sample in addition to the aforementioned materials. Letters of recommendation may be sent separately by email or mail, as long as they arrive by the appropriate deadline. If applicable, include your school’s requirements for credit within your cover letter.
Calls and emails are not accepted regarding the status of internship applications.
Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified individuals, including women, traditional minorities, persons identifying as LGBTQ+, and those with disabilities, are encouraged to apply.