The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum offers employment opportunities with competitive compensation  benefits.

Opportunities are listed here, if available:

Director Advancement and Communications

Project Archivist (Maria Chabot Papers)

If you would like to submit your resume for consideration for a position, please choose one of the following options:

By e-mail:
By download: Please download the employee application and mail or email it to the Museum.
By mail: Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Human Resources, 217 Johnson Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501

No phone calls please. EOE.

The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum offers internships in many of the Museum’s departments. In considering an internship at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, applicants should reflect upon the experiences that will best relate to and support their career goals. Internship opportunities may include administration, curatorial, museum advancement, education, and the research center.

An internship is an opportunity to do real, professional work alongside staff members who have made a commitment to assist the intern in his or her learning. The program provides interns with invaluable learning experiences by giving them the opportunity to participate in the operation of a museum, helping them understand the interrelated roles of the departments, assisting them in developing professional skills, and giving them a chance to develop and work on specific projects.  The interns’ work benefits the needs of the Museum’s departments, while contributing to their professional development.

For more on internships CLICK HERE

The Museum relies on the skills, knowledge and special talents of our volunteers to assist in a variety of areas and activities.  As a volunteer, you may work with educational or public programs, interact with visitors from across the country and around the world, assist with research or conservation efforts, or lend a hand to any number of special project and events. Our volunteers are valued partners in achieving our Mission—we couldn’t do it without you!

Doing What You Like to Do

Our volunteers perform an amazing variety of support activities, ranging from working on special events to deploying computer expertise to talking with our members and donors—and there’s much more!  Volunteer opportunities vary across the Museum, depending on the needs of our departments and our visitors, and the interests of the volunteer.


For more information about opportunities that are currently available, please contact

Becoming a Docent

Our volunteer docents engage Museum visitors of all ages in thoughtful interpretation of and conversation about Georgia O’Keeffe and Modernism. Through sharing their energy, knowledge and ideas, docents create a dialogue with visitors, stimulate observation and make connections.

Docents are asked to volunteer a minimum of 100 hours per year, with at least 60 of those hours devoted to conducting interpretive talks. Extensive training with monthly meetings is required.

For more information about the docent program, and how to become a docent, please contact

Volunteer Center 

Current volunteers login to your account here

Volunteer Center