Jobs & Internships

Thank you for your interest in employment and internship opportunities at The Bryan Museum.

In operation since 2015, The Bryan Museum is a nonprofit cultural facility documenting Texas and American Western history through lively, creative exhibits and programs. As the Museum grows and becomes a key cultural resource for Galveston, we are seeking committed, creative, and motivated people who are passionate about history and excited by education, communication, and collaboration. Most importantly, you must love to bring history to life!

The Bryan Museum offers opportunities in a variety of areas, including administration, admissions, curatorial, development, education, finance and operations, marketing, guest services, retail, and security. Here you will find a listing of our current openings. Please revisit this page often for information about new opportunities as they become available.

The Bryan Museum is an equal opportunity employer.

Employment

Currently we have no permanent position openings.

Internships

Events Intern

Summary:

The Events Intern assists with planning and preparations for our annual gala and other Museum events and provides in‑depth training in events management, donor cultivation, and nonprofit initiatives.

Salary commensurate with experience.

Duties and Responsibilities:
  • In collaboration with the Director of Events and/or the Director of Development, prepares and coordinates planning process for major annual gala event and other Museum events.
  • As directed, works with researchers and Development team members to facilitate mass and individual communications related to membership and constituencies.
  • Researches, documents, and assists with outreach to event sponsors, vendors, speakers, VIPs, and others.
  • Attends scheduled meetings, sometimes as note-taker.
  • Other tasks and duties as requested.
Requirements:
  • Organized, reliable self-starter who can work independently and as part of a team.
  • Comfortable interacting with Museum leadership as well as community leaders.
  • Excellent communicator, both verbally in a variety of contexts and in writing (strong emphasis on precision and attention to detail in writing)
  • At least two years of college completed
  • Computer facility and expertise necessary
  • Available to work on weekends
To Apply:

Please email your résumé and a letter explaining why you are interested in this position to:

cindy@thebryanmuseum.org

Be sure to include "Events Intern" in the subject line.