Education and content development

Programs Intern

Fire Station - Programs Department

  • Assist programs team with research, data base, events, exhibitions and talks
  • 80 hours
  • Under/Post Graduate

Learning Administrator

NMoQ - Learning and Outreach

  • Is main point of contact for schools and public enquiries regarding educational events and activities (over phone, online and in person).
  • Ensures the Learning Studio is fully equipped with all appropriate materials and is ready to receive booked groups.
  • Must be knowledgeable in the use and application of Microsoft office.        

May – August 2019 

High school diploma or higher

Artist/Educator

NMoQ - Learning and Outreach

  • Participates in researching ideas for art educational projects and programs.
  • Delivers art workshops and works in various artistic techniques (drawing, painting, sculpture, etc) and materials/media.
  • Must be knowledgeable in the use and application of Microsoft office. 
  • Conducts programs at different QM locations and at school and community premises      

May – August 2019 

Bachler Degree in any of the following majors:

Art - Humanities - Art History

Outreach Co-ordinator

NMoQ - Learning and Outreach

  • To be the initial point of contact for all booked family and community groups at the NMoQ.
  • Conduct talks about the NMoQ and its collections to family and community audiences.
  • Answer and reply to public queries via telephone, email and online requests.
  • Must be knowledgeable in the use and application of Microsoft office. 
  • Attend off-site educational events in Doha and Qatar representing the NMoQ
  • Carry out educational events and activities with a diverse range of communities in Qatar.

May – August 2019

High school diploma or Undergraduate student or undergraduate degree

Education Internship

QM Tower 2 - Department of Education

  • The intern will be engaged in the process of developing a variety of learning materials connected to QM’s collections and exhibitions, learning about basics of informal education, as well as special topics in art and culture connected to the current projects. The intern will participate in the creative process of brainstorming ideas for the learning materials; learn how to connect them to the content of the exhibitions and school curricula. They will conduct research, or be engaged with the illustrations and design, depending on skills and interests.

Summer 2019 (May-August), flexible in terms of number of weeks

University students majoring in Art History or Graphic Design

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