The Pence offers internship opportunities to mentor students interested in the arts. We welcome your involvement, and encourage all individuals who are interested to apply.

To apply, email Director Natalie Nelson at [email protected] with a letter of interest, an unofficial transcript, and a resume. Please indicate in your letter of interest if you would like to apply for the position of Curatorial Intern or Education Intern.

The Pence Gallery Internship Program provides college students with the opportunity to learn various aspects of managing a nonprofit art gallery.

Curatorial Interns gain valuable experience in researching and curating exhibits, dialoguing with artists, and developing their writing skills. Education Interns acquire hands-on experience in creating educational activities and programs, working with teaching artists, and leading tours for ArtSmart, our K-6 school field trip program.

To be eligible, students must be a Junior or Senior in good standing, and commit 3 hours weekly during their ten-week unpaid internship. In lieu of compensation, students can receive academic credit for their internship.