TD Internship in Youth Programming for Art Museums
University of Toronto
Ottawa, ON Ottawa, ON
10d ago

Position Title : (12 weeks)Competition # : 17-OC-25Posting Date : March 23, 2017Closing Date : April 9, 2017Department : Education and Public ProgramsWorking Hours : Full time (37.

5 hours per week)Employment Tenure : DeterminateClassification : OtherSalary $7,500 / YearNumber of Positions : 1Language Requirements : English BBB / French BBB (reading, writing, oral)Affiliation : Unrepresented

Job Summary

Generously supported by TD Bank Group (TD), these competitive, paid internships offer study and training opportunities and work experience in the field of :

Youth Programming for Art Museums

The intern will be given the opportunity to acquire valuable work experience in an art museum environment. As the National Gallery of Canada develops new programming in connection with the Canadian and Indigenous galleries, an internship opportunity exists in the area of Youth Programming.

We are seeking an intern who will research current best practices in youth programming in art galleries and museums through online research, a literature review and telephone interviews with museum professionals.

  • The TD Intern will develop a project charter and work plan for youth programming at the National Gallery of Canada, including onsite programs and workshops;
  • an online youth page with national reach; and an advisory committee comprising local youth as well as youth from across Canada.

    The TD Internship Program is designed to provide entrance-level professional development opportunities for students contemplating careers in the museum, library, or archives fields.

    Internships will be for a term of 12 weeks, although the period can vary depending upon the requirements of both the candidate and the museum program involved.

    Residency must be completed during the period 1 June 2017 through 31 March 2018.

    Internships are valued at $7,500 for the twelve-week term, and will be pro-rated in the case of approved shorter or longer periods of internship.

    Interns may be eligible for a discretionary $750 relocation allowance.

  • A performance / progress evaluation will be provided twice during the internship : an informal exchange at the fourth week to ensure that learning and project objectives are being met and to evaluate the satisfaction of both parties;
  • the second evaluation will be more formal and will be conducted at the end of the internship a written evaluation of the work done and the intern’s performance will be completed by the supervisor of the internship, the intern will prepare a report to assess the success of the internship for both the National Gallery and TD.


  • candidates must have an undergraduate degree in art history, art education, visual arts, museum studies, or education. Preference will be given to candidates who have completed the first year of a master’s degree in museum studies, museum education, art education, education, art history or fine arts;
  • candidates must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents legally entitled to work in Canada who are enrolled in or a graduate within the last two years, of a diploma or degree granting program;
  • a curriculum vitae, including education, employment, awards and honours, 3 pages maximum;
  • a cover letter (2 pages maximum) which 1)states the relationship of the activity to the candidate’s course of study, career aspirations, and professional development;
  • 2) outlines the candidate’s relevant experience; 3) indicates the candidate’s availability to conduct the internship;
  • two letters of recommendation from previous or current employers and / or educational institutions, to be included in your application.

    These letters must address the candidate’s aptitudes and achievements, and assess the relevance of the internship to the candidate’s career development.

    Applications will be reviewed by internal committees representing the Area of Study and consideration will be given to the relationship of the internship to the candidate’s professional development, the candidate’s academic standing, and the strength of the letters of recommendation.

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    Condition of Employment

    Must meet the bilingual requirement to be invited to the interview process.

    Reliability Status this factor is not used at the pre-selection stage.

    Additional Information

  • A variety of assessment tools will be used to assess candidates;
  • The National Gallery of Canada is committed to having a skilled, diversified workforce reflective of Canadian society. As a result, it promotes employment equity and encourages candidates to indicate voluntarily in their application if they are a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group;
  • The Gallery is committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environment. Alternative selection tool methods and / or reasonable accommodation are available upon request;
  • Candidates are entitled to participate in the selection process in the official language of their choice.
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