Now Hiring: Getty Marrow Undergraduate Communications Intern for Summer of 2024!

About the Position:

The 2024 Getty Marrow Communications Intern will work under the supervision of the ONE Archives Curator, Dr. Alexis Johnson, and alongside Getty Marrow Emerging Professional Curatorial Assistant, Quetzal Arévalo, to conduct research and amplify our collections by creating engaging and approachable media content that will showcase and make the archive more accessible for all. The intern will be responsible for authoring content that highlights the collection and showcases the diversity of its holdings. In addition to entries selected by the curatorial team, the intern will have freedom to create content based on their own interests and research in the archive. These features may include conducting an interview with a past donor of an object or interviews with current staff or former donors. Entries will focus on specific collections (e.g. Cheryl Dunye papers) or specific objects (e.g. Jerome Caja’s Shroud of Curaid). The internship will also offer opportunities to observe and assist with other, day-to-day curatorial responsibilities, including corresponding with artists and other institutions, art handling, and cataloging. Intern may provide assistance on two long term exhibitions: Queer Black California: Art and Politics and Sci-fi, Magick, Queer LA: Sexual Science and the Imagi-nation. Intern will be expected to work 8 hours per day and 40 hours per week in-person at the ONE Archives. Most hours will take place between 9am-6pm M-F with some nights or weekends as needed. Pay is $17.31 per hour.

Successful candidates will:

  • Have strong research, analytic, and writing skills 
  • Have a passion for making queer history more accessible to a wide variety of audiences
  • Be experienced with social media and short-form content making, including instagram and tiktok 
  • Have experience in video editingWill feel comfortable narrating videos and/or being in front of a camera

Qualifications and Eligibility:

Outstanding students who are members of groups underrepresented in museums and visual arts organizations. This can include groups defined by—among other things—socioeconomic status, cultural background, physical or other disability, geographical origin and/or any life experiences that add diverse and underrepresented perspectives.

Eligibility is limited to currently enrolled undergraduates (bachelor's degree program, associate's degree program, or vocational or technical program below the baccalaureate level) who reside in or attend college in LA County. Students must have completed at least one semester of college by June 2023 and be a United States citizen or permanent resident (non-citizen authorized to live and work in the United States on a permanent basis; also known as a "green card" holder). Students with DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival) status valid through the internship period are also eligible. Candidates may come from all areas of undergraduate study and need not have demonstrated a previous commitment to the visual arts. For more information please visit

How to Apply:

Send a cover letter explaining your interest and qualifications for the position, resume, references, and work samples (optional) with contact information to with the title “2021 Getty Marrow Intern.” Applications are due April 15th, 2024. If you have any questions regarding the internship or application process, please contact