There are many ways to get involved at the MOA! Use the tabs below to explore opportunities for staff positions, student jobs, internships, and volunteer work.

Student Jobs

As a university museum, we could not accomplish the things we do without the help of our amazing student employees. These talented individuals, who study everything from art history to public relations, perform a wide variety of roles, including researching our collection, managing tours for school grous, building displays for new exhibitions, running artwork databases, operating the MOA Store, keeping the Museum and its visitors safe, developing social media content, and keeping our facilities clean. New positions are added regularly on Y Jobs, including those listed below, and be sure to check out our paid Humanities Fellowships on the Internships tab of this page as well. We can’t wait to work with you!

MOA Cafe
MOA Cafe Dining Service Worker

Work in the best restaurant on campus as a dining service worker! We’re looking for workers for both Spring Term and Fall Semester.

Apply here (under “Department” select “Hospitality Restaurants”).

Weekday Morning Custodian

Help keep our facilities clean and safe for our visitors as part of our custodial team. Contact Suzanne at or 801-422-8210 to apply.

Details here.

Saturday Afternoon Custodian

Help keep our facilities clean and safe for our visitors as part of our custodial team. Text Kevan (775-316-0480) to apply.

Details here.

Student Carpenter

Come work with our fabrication team and design exhibition sets for our visitors to see! Apply below and we will see you soon!

Details and Application here. 

Staff Positions

Our staff is comprised of dedicated individuals who love art and are committed to creating inspiring experiences with it. If this sounds like you, we’d be delighted for you to join our team!

There are currently no staff positions open. Check back later for updates.

Internships & Fellowships


The Museum of Art Internship program provides selected BYU students with opportunities to work on mentored projects in one of the following museum areas:

Curatorial Department: Working with curators in the research and development of exhibitions.
Education Department: Working with museum educators on the research, interpretation, and execution of exhibition theses; also the production of educational materials and programs.
Registration Department: Working with museum registration staff in the management of the museum’s collections;  also the documentation, care, and transportation of all artworks to and from the museum.
Marketing & PR Department: Working with museum marketing and public relations team to strategize, create, and produce promotional materials for the museum.

Please download and complete the internship application form. Please include the following when you submit your application:

Current résumé
Letter of intent (provide a brief account of how you hope to benefit from this internship, and what you feel you could contribute to the MOA through this mentoring process)
Recent research paper
Recent photograph


For Fall semester: March 17th of each year
For Winter semester: November 5th of each year


Contact Museum Educator Kitsa Behringer at with any questions.


Over the past several years, the BYU College of Humanities has generously funded paid curatorial fellowships at the Museum of Art. These fellowships allow outstanding Humanities students to become immersed in the cross-disciplinary scholarship of curatorial practice. Students work closely with curators in developing exhibitions and performing in-depth research and writing.

Fellowship candidates may come from any of the Humanities programs, including:

American Studies
Art History and Curatorial Studies
Classical Studies
Comparative Literature
Interdisciplinary Humanities

Fellowships are 15 hours/week for the duration of a semester, approximately 15 weeks. Hourly wages allow compensation at between $8-$9/hr.

Interested candidates should fill out a Humanities Fellowship application form.


Spring / Summer and Fall semesters: March 17th
Winter semester: November 5th

Please direct applications or further questions to Ashlee Whitaker, Head Curator, at


Volunteers provide an invaluable service to the Museum of Art, the university, and the community. Fulfilling a vital link between the Museum’s exhibitions and its visitors, volunteers present lively educational tours of current exhibitions to community and family groups. Volunteers also lend support to the Museum’s many public programs, including Art After Dark events, Family Arts Festival, lectures, symposia. Volunteer docents who would like to give tours are required to attend the exhibition training(s), shadow at least two tours for the exhibition, and fulfill a tour practicum for senior education staff members.

For additional information, please contact Kitsa Behringer, MOA Volunteer Coordinator:

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