Programs For University Students

Internships at Gilcrease Museum are available to university students completing a bachelor's degree, preparing for master's degree consideration, completing a master's degree, preparing for a doctoral degree or completing doctoral degree work. They are designed to provide students with on-site training in one or more of these areas: curatorial, education, registration, preparation, development, public relations and marketing. Interns are expected to assume directed responsibilities and demonstrate individual initiative in their area of choice/assignment.

To receive more information and an application, please send an inquiry to the Associate Curator of Adult and University Programs at or call 918-596-2768.

Did You Know?

Gilcrease Museum's anthropology collection includes over 250,000 archaeological and ethnographical objects, historic and contemporary beadwork, ribbon work, and clothing. Southwest textiles and baskets from throughout the U.S. Plains, Arctic, and Northwestern cultures are well represented.