In this year-long program, students entering grades 9 – 12 work with Jewish Museum educators to facilitate programs and special projects while exploring art and culture through the Museum’s collection and exhibitions. Training and work sessions will be a combination of in-person and virtual; interns will receive a stipend for their participation.
Teen Interns accepted in 2024 are required to participate in three spring training sessions to prepare for working at the Museum during the 2024 - 25 school year.
For more information, call 212.423.3254 or email [email protected].
To share information about this program, please download the flyer.
To apply, please fill out the Program Application.
A teacher recommendation is also required, please submit a completed Recommendation Form along with your application.
Applications are due March 22, 2024.
In this free, vacation week program, students in grades 9 – 12 work with a teaching artist to explore video as an artistic medium. Students will use video as a form of personal expression and will work in small groups to create films. The class will explore how to use video in creative ways, from pre-production to developing camera techniques and, finally, editing. No prior experience necessary—beginners are welcome!
Classes will take place in person February 20, 21, 22, and 23; 1 pm – 5 pm.
To register, please complete this form by Friday, February 16, 2024.
To share information about the program, download this flyer.
For information about upcoming opportunities for teens, subscribe to our School & Educator Programs eNews.
The High School Video Workshop Series is made possible, in part, through public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature.
Created by Jennifer V., Yamile B., and Jonathan L. for the 2019 High School Video Workshop at the Jewish Museum.
Created by Caitlyn C., Charlotte M., Robin D., David M., and Jiada V. for the 2019 High School Video Workshop at the Jewish Museum.
Created by Lara B., Dario F., Sarah K., and Himika H. for the 2019 High School Video Workshop at the Jewish Museum.
Created by Sarah, Edison C., Joon, and Sabbir for the 2019 High School Video Workshop at the Jewish Museum.
Created by Edison T., Georgia, Jenna, Maiesha, and Rose for the 2019 High School Video Workshop at the Jewish Museum.
Created by Maria, Joli Amour, Deianara, Josh, and Yeshi for the 2019 High School Video Workshop at the Jewish Museum.
Created by Sameer, Kiara, Maximo, and Jorge for the 2019 High School Video Workshop at the Jewish Museum.
Inspired by the exhibition Mood of the moment: Gaby Aghion and the house of Chloé, the Jewish Museum invites middle and high school students to submit original photographs that address the question: What does style mean to you?
Mood of the moment: Gaby Aghion and the house of Chloé is the first museum exhibition honoring the visionary Jewish entrepreneur Gaby Aghion and her legacy as the founder of the French fashion house Chloé. Aghion—born Gabriella Hanoka in Alexandria, Egypt—founded the brand Chloé in 1952 with the intent to offer modern, elegant garments that would free women from the rigid designs of the time. The show explores the label's 70-year history and highlights the fashion brand’s ability to maintain a unique voice while also adapting to different eras–from discontinuing the use of animal products in the late 1990s to more recently embracing sustainable practices in fashion.
What does style mean to you? Consider how the world, your community, your interests and values, might impact your idea of style. How can a photograph express these ideas?
All images and content must be the student’s own original work and free from copyright restrictions. Winning photographs will be featured on the Jewish Museum's Medium blog and social media platforms. Winners will also receive a gift certificate to a photography retail store. Please use this form to submit your photograph by January 26, 2024.
For more information, please email [email protected].
To share information about the contest, download this flyer.