Qatar Museums Learning and Development Section of the Human Capital Department has announced its Fall Internship program, inviting university students, recent graduates and members of the community to apply.
Qatar Museums said in a statement Wednesday that through the program, interns will be able to positively influence their employment prospects by enhancing their skills to align with organizational and market needs, including self-discipline, time management skills, regular/remote working, and cross-cultural competencies while having the opportunity to network and build connections.
CEO of Qatar Museums, Ahmad Musa Al Namla said: "The Qatar Museums Fall Internship program is an invaluable opportunity for university students and fresh graduates to gain relevant working experience and to explore various career paths in the cultural sector, noting that eligible candidates are invited to apply before Aug. 30, 2022." Throughout the program interns will be introduced to the world of arts and culture, while working on numerous projects and assignments with set deadlines. Interns will have access to regular support from members of the various management teams via regular/remote working systems, group emails and calls.
The internship program will run for periods of 1, 3, 6 or 12 months.