The Arts Enhance the “Auburn Experience”

Students can make the most of their time at Auburn by getting involved with The Jule. The museum space is a co-learning environment, with opportunities for idea exchange, new perspectives and participation. Experience with the arts, whether as a classroom exercise, individual creative pursuit or a way to relieve stress, builds a lifelong appreciation of arts and culture.

To discuss student group collaborations, contact Chris Molinski, Director of Education, Engagement and Learning at 334-844-7014.

STUDENT EMPLOYMENT
All hiring announcement opportunities are posted on the university employment site. We are currently recruiting visitor services assistants as of July 1, 2022. Our student employees warmly welcome and engage visitors in our lobby, store, and galleries, as well as assist with events hosted at the museum. The ideal candidate exemplifies superior hospitality and possesses excellent communication and customer service skills.
STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD
As part of a brand new initiative, the Education, Engagement and Learning Unit is actively seeking input from students on ways to better connect with campus life. A Student Advisory Board, comprised of 10-15 students may work on special projects, like student-focused programs or exhibition interpretation. For more, contact Chris Molinski, Director of Education, Engagement and Learning at 334-844-7014.
GALLERY GUIDES
Guides create a welcoming, visitor-centered experience by asking questions and using conversation to seek new perspectives. Students may work on different projects, including assisting with PreK-12 tours and other visitors. For more, contact Chris Molinski, Director of Education, Engagement and Learning at 334-844-7014.
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A circular stand holds multiple guitars in the center of a gallery.