The Sangre de Cristo Arts Center is committed to equal employment and to recruiting staff that represents the diverse communities we serve. We welcome you to apply for employment and/or internship positions listed below.
To apply for an employment position, send your résumé, cover letter, and references via
The internship program at the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center offers insight and on-the-job training for students or recent graduates.
Internships are available in the following Museum departments: Curatorial and Marketing/Design. When considering whether or not to apply for an internship, please keep in mind that they are unpaid.
All interested individuals eighteen years of age and older are eligible to apply for an internship. Qualifications vary for each intern, and a résumé and or portfolio are required. Please note that depending on the internship, some prior experience and skills are also required.
Potential interns must submit an application, résumé and cover letter to be considered. Interviews and review of application, résumé and cover letter will be handled the same as any other employee. This is essential to help the intern learn from the experience for future job placement. Please follow all instructions listed in each application.
Come learn what it takes to promote a fast-moving, multi-dimensional arts organization that includes seven galleries, an award-winning children’s museum, a school of arts, a school of dance, a ballet theatre company, active membership and facility rental. This internship provides you the opportunity to aid the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center team in promoting events, sharing enthusiasm and encouraging the public to engage in art-inspired experiences.
Interested in a career in art galleries or museums? Contribute to the curatorial department and gain practical hands-on knowledge of exhibits and collections. This internship provides you the opportunity to aid the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center team in planning and installing exhibits and managing collections. Come learn what it takes to plan an exhibition, handle and install artwork and manage museum collections.