Employment & Volunteer Opportunities


Occasional, part-time
Job description and application instructions
posted 9/15/22


BMAC is dedicated to mentoring the next generation of museum and nonprofit professionals. Our interns are organized, creative, motivated people looking to gain insight into how a community-focused contemporary art museum operates. Internships offer the opportunity to build professional skills and relationships with experienced BMAC mentors. Internship applications are considered on a rolling basis. To inquire about available internship opportunities, send email to office@brattleboromuseum.org.


Whether behind the scenes or in the museum galleries, volunteers are integral to the success of BMAC. Volunteer hours are flexible, and training is provided when necessary. If you are interested in any of the opportunities described below, please call 802-257-0124, ext. 101 or send email to office@brattleboromuseum.org.

GALLERY GREETERS/MONITORS play a vital role in shaping visitors’ experience’s of BMAC. Gallery greeters work regular or occasional shifts when BMAC is open to the public. Greeters work at the front desk, where they welcome visitors and handle admission, gift shop sales, and general inquiries. This is a great opportunity for a friendly, responsible “people person.” 

DOCENTS are a vital part of BMAC’s education program. They work closely with the Manager of Education & Community Engagement to present guided tours and activities for students.

EVENT VOLUNTEERS help ensure the success of BMAC’s many events, ranging from artist talks and concerts to domino topplings and dinner parties. Event volunteers assist with setup, cleanup, decorations, food service, crowd management, artwork security, and more.

PRODUCTION VOLUNTEERS assist with the installation and de-installation of exhibits, often working closely with artists and curators. Experience with art installation, painting, carpentry, and power tools is helpful.

OFFICE VOLUNTEERS work behind-the-scenes with BMAC’s administrative staff, helping with filing, mailings, organizing the BMAC archives, and more. Computer skills are a plus.