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Volunteers are an essential part of every department at Woodmere. They host member events and concerts, participate in children's programs, and provide administrative support to staff--and that's just a sampling of the services they provide. We offer flexible scheduling, complimentary admission to Museum events, Museum Store discounts, and a lively work environment.

Download the volunteer application.

E-mail your completed application to the volunteer coordinator at


Woodmere's docent program is an art enthusiast's best volunteer opportunity. Candidates from any background are encouraged to apply for the training program starting each January. Prospective docents must participate in training, regular meetings, and tour hours, giving at least two years of service to the Museum. Docents receive a number of great benefits, including complimentary event admission, private tours, art history and aesthetics training, educational trips, and Museum Store discounts.



Studio Institute Intern Program at Woodmere Art Museum
Seeking: Education and Collections Assistant Intern
Please see instructions on how to apply at the bottom of this page.

The Intern will assist in further development of Woodmere's interactive collections website page. The collections website is an educational tool for visitor and future visitors to explore Woodmere's permanent collection and the museum as a cultural institution. Woodmere's collection focuses on the art and artists of Philadelphia. The website is set up with pages for both artworks and artist's bios. The Intern will help organize a group of "Collection Highlights" into time periods and themes, such as Outdoor Sculptures, Social Realists; coordinate curatorial labels on the object pages, and research and write bios on individual artists for artists' interactive website pages. These will include hyperlinks to relevant institutions, schools, artists, art, social and historical contexts.

The Intern will also be involved in researching and developing a timeline of works of art with chronologies, telling the story of art and artists in Philadelphia. The timeline can include essays on art history and related American historical events. This will be used for educational purposes by school teachers, students, docents and visitors. During the course of the internship, the Intern will be asked periodically to assist with children's art tours and classes.

The Intern should have excellent research and writing skills and have good attention to detail. They should have an interest in and knowledge of art history, be organized, responsible and self-motivated. It is important for the candidate to work well in both group and collaborative settings as well as independently. Computer skills a must.

Projects Include:

  • Work to enhance the interactive collection's portion of the Woodmere's website
  • Research and outline chronologies of works in the Woodmere Museum's collection, to be used in further educational materials
  • Assist with children's art tours and classes at Woodmere

This position pays $12/hr, 28 hours a week for 9 weeks. In addition, you will receive a $580 stipend for completing the Arts Intern component of the program.

Before applying, verify you:

  1. Will be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student as of the Fall 2018 semester. You must be a rising Junior or Senior.
  2. Attend college in Philadelphia, or live in Philadelphia.
  3. Have an Expected Family Contribution of less than $5000.

How to apply:
The Studio Institute will do the initial eligibility screening.

  1. To apply for a position, please click here and fill out the application form.
  2. Once your initial application is reviewed and approved, Studio Institute will send you an email confirming your eligibility for the program.
  3. You will forward this confirmation email, along with your CV, cover letter, transcript, and recommendations to the email at the bottom of each position description with the subject "Arts Intern 2018 Approved Application