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At TCU, you’ll grow intellectually and personally, and you’ll also gain specific knowledge and skills for a successful career. You’ll learn by doing, stepping outside the classroom to turn your ideas into action. Internships are invaluable for helping determine which career path most interests you.

Qualified art undergraduates may serve as museum interns and docents, while graduate students serve a semester-long internship as part of their degree requirements.

Recent graduate students completed their internships in the curatorial, education, editorial, development, public relations, archival and registrar departments at the following institutions:

Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth
Artspace, San Antonio
Asheville Museum of Art, North Carolina
Dallas Museum of Art
Fort Worth Community Arts Center
Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Morgan Library, New York
Sid Richardson Museum, Fort Worth
Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy


TCU Policy on Internships

TCU offers hundreds of internships in any given semester and does not support political or personal statements associated with any of them. We evaluate each opportunity to ensure academic value as it relates to a course of study. Beyond that, we encourage you to seek the opportunities that best match your interests and to choose how to best fulfill your internship requirements.

Learn more about TCU’s internship and job opportunities.