Intern With Us!

Art Therapy Studio is the oldest creative arts therapy program of its kind in the country. Our mission is to enhance individuals’ quality of life through therapeutic art. We use art making led by credentialed art therapists to promote healing and wellness. 

Art Therapy Studio Is Committed To Diversity

Art is a universal phenomenon and holds the power to heal us mentally and physically. Art Therapy Studio is dedicated to bringing the healing power of art to our entire community regardless of culture, race, ethnicity, socio-economic class, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, mental health diagnosis, and disability. We are committed to providing art therapy to historically marginalized and underrepresented populations and elevating art therapists from historically marginalized and underrepresented populations. 

Please be aware that at this time we can only accept volunteers and interns 18 years of age and older, no exceptions. 

Currently Art Therapy Studio offers two distinct internship tracts listed below: 

Arts Administration Internship

Art Therapy Internship

Arts Administration Internship

We are seeking individuals who are interested in the healing power of visual art, looking to participate in the day-to-day operations of an arts organization, and making a difference in people’s lives. This is the perfect experience for Arts Management students. Interns will gain insight into all that goes into keeping an arts organization running. You will get real life experience in fundraising, event planning, data entry, social media planning, filing, and art show installation. 


  • Friendly and helpful 
  • Comfortable interacting with people of varying abilities and backgrounds 
  • Interested in working in an administrative role 
  • Able to work well with others and/or independently with little to no supervision 
  • Able to perform web-based research 
  • Comfortable with answering phone calls
  • Excellent proofreaders and editors 
  • Skillful with basic computer functions 
  • Willing to learn 
  • Able to commit to 10 hours a week onsite

Interested students should contact Kiran Sadhra at with the subject line “Art Therapy Studio Internship.” Please include your most recent resume, 2 references, and your preferred schedule. 



We gladly accept students currently enrolled in a graduate art therapy program. To start the application process, please contact Clinical Director Cheryl Pete at to sign up for the next information session.

Undergraduate students may qualify for 11-week internships as teaching assistants in our community art classes but do not qualify for internships working with contracted agencies. Due to the high volume of applications, preference will be given to graduate students completing clinical hours. Students enrolled in an undergraduate program with an interest in art therapy are encouraged to apply by contacting our Clinical Director Cheryl Pete at


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