Looking for a part-time work placement while completing your studies? The Art Museum regularly offers Work-Study positions in the fall, winter, and summer semesters. You can gain experience in all aspects of museum operations, including arts administration, educational programming, curatorial research, Collections Management, social media and digital communications. Work-study positions at the Art Museum introduce students to the broader arts communities of the University of Toronto, the city, and beyond.
Work-Study positions are open to all undergraduate and graduate students (domestic and international). Students must be registered in at least 40% of a full course load. Applicants do not need to be OSAP eligible.
For more information about eligibility and available positions, please visit the Career Centre website.
Work-Study positions and Hart House Art Committee positions at the Art Museum are listed within the University of Toronto’s Co-Curricular Record (CCR), a university-wide database for students seeking opportunities outside the classroom. The CCR promotes activities for students that build connections between academic learning and workplace experience.
When participating in CCR-approved activities at the Art Museum, students will be able to print off an official validated record of their involvement. This official record will allow students to contextualize their participation at the Art Museum for potential employers, graduate and/or professional programs, and awards or scholarships.
For more information on the Co-Curricular Record at the University of Toronto, please visit their website.