The Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) is launching a new student guide program, funded by the Ford and Walton Foundation’s Diversifying Art Museum Leadership Initiative. The program is open to all undergraduate students, regardless of major.
The grant provides each student guide a $1,100 annual stipend, which will be paid over the two semesters. It is a career-exposure program designed to engage undergrads at the CMA. Students will put in approximately 40 hours between training and the eight tours. Fall has a heavier hour load in training than the spring. During training, students will get exposure to every department at the museum.
The deadline for applying is April 16.
Learn more and get instructions on how to apply at humanities.case.edu/cma-student-guide-program/.