Full + Part-time Employment

Museum Equity Specialist

Reporting to the Museum Director, this position coordinates and implements a variety of activities and programs that implement curatorial and educational goals linked to DEAI, grounded in museum exhibitions and collections. The programs range from expanding outreach and deep engagement with MSU’s diverse students (and other targeted audiences) to providing tours, to coordinating special public programs such as panels and lectures. Responsibilities include engaging with students and student representatives to conceive and execute new programs of informal education focused on equity; work with curators to implement relevant programs including equity-focused public tours, and lectures and panels with a social justice focus; and work with museum director to implement other special programs. This position is also responsible for gathering data and qualitative information from implemented programs, assess impact, and create reports to improve and track learning outcomes and visitor experience. Application closes Nov. 30, 2020. Apply Here >

Curatorial Assistant

Reporting to the Museum Director, this position coordinates a variety of faculty and instructors’ requests to engage through a DEAI lens with the museum’s diverse collections and also coordinates planning logistics for faculty participation/collaboration in socially engaged exhibitions with DEAI focus (to develop a deeper understanding of diversity, equity and inclusion topics) that include community members as equal partners within the curatorial team. Thus, this position supports two program tracts: provides outreach and DEAI lens to individual instructors teaching, researching, and engaging with the diverse museum collections, and assists in the coordination of socially engaged exhibitions that include faculty and specialists from diverse units as well as community stakeholders. This position serves the increased requests to integrate art (collections and exhibitions) into learning and engaged scholarship across the curriculum through a DEAI lens. Application closes Nov. 30, 2020. Apply Here >

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Student Employment

The MSU Broad has several positions for MSU students. Gallery Guides help keep the museum operating on a day-to-day basis. As a Gallery Guide, you’ll receive behind-the-scenes training; guide our visitors through their experience; and represent the museum within our community. Students interested in this position should return completed applications by e-mail to Dana Steiner at or in-person at the front desk.

Click here to download the Gallery Guide application.

Additional student positions and internships are posted on MSU Handshake as they arise.