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Make a one-time or recurring Donation

NEHMA depends on your support to present its exhibitions and educational programming, as well as the care and display of its permanent collections. We receive a portion of our budget from Utah State University, and the rest is raised from individuals, corporations, private foundations and other sources.

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Become a Volunteer

NEHMA relies on volunteers to help the museum fulfill its mission to connect people to art. Please fill out a Volunteer Interest Form to learn about the variety of volunteering activities available.

Employment Opportunities

Full Time Employment

Education and Community Outreach Coordinator
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Assistant to the Director & PR/Marketing Coordinator
 
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Internships

NEHMA offers a variety of internship opportunities, including paid, unpaid (volunteer), and for-credit academic internships to fulfill program requirements. Internships are available in the following areas of emphasis: curatorial, education, digital archives and records management, marketing and promotion, registration, and special events. Please refer to the Intership Descriptions page. Applicants may be students enrolled at Utah State University or other colleges/universities around the nation, both undergraduates and graduates. Internships typically coincide with a semester-based academic calendar, but the Museum will take interns’ needs and schedules into consideration for an alternate timeline.

For more information, please contact donna.brown@usu.edu or complete this
Internship Application.

Part-Time Employment

NEHMA frequently hires part-time hourly students and non-students. Please contact nehma@usu.eduto see if we are hiring.  

 

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Become a Docent (Exhibition Interpreter)

NEHMA Docents provide guided learning experiences through art from across cultures and time periods for K–12 students and other visitors from the Logan area and beyond. Docents facilitate engagement, interpreting artwork, and asking contemplative questions by conducting interactive Museum tours relevant to our visitors. Docents interact and educate all students by communicating the joy of interpretation through art, building expressive ability, providing new tools to enhance museum experiences, and discussing communication between art and life.
As a docent you are expected to:

  • Complete provisional docent training (One training a month for 3 months)
  • Upon completion of provisional docent training and graduation, commit to at least one, two-hour shift per month on a set day (Tues. – Fri.) for at least one year
  • Attend exhibition and museum training sessions once a month
  • Lead tours for school groups (kindergarten through college) as well as adult tours and daily museum tours

If you are interested and would like to learn more:
 
  • Come by the front desk at NEHMA
  • Call us at 435-797-0163,
  • Email our docent coordinator (subject line: DOCENT) at nehma@usu.edu
  • Fill out the form below: 

Docent Application Form

 
 



Volunteer Hours Log

Please use the following form to log your hours: