Concho Clay Studio Internship Program

The Concho Clay Studio offers paid internships in ceramics for credit to ASU art students each semester. Ceramics majors or advanced ceramics students are preferred, but any art major is also welcome to apply. Interns should be enthusiastic about clay and related processes. We appreciate students who are hardworking, and good team members with excellent communication skills. Interns are part-time staff for the museum and are limited to 20 hours per week.


Apply For the Concho Clay Studio Internship Program Here

Learn practical skills for working as a professional ceramic artist:

  • Ceramics studio management
  • Equipment repair and maintenance
  • Glaze chemistry
  • Kiln loading/firing
  • Mold-making/slip casting
  • Teaching and assistant teaching opportunities
  • Professional development mentorship

Other Benefits:

  • Professional references
  • Networking opportunities with visiting artists, instructors, and exhibiting artists
  • Hands-on experience in a variety of ceramic processes
  • Teaching experience for both youth and adult ceramics classes
  • Assistance in applying for scholarships, grants, residencies, graduate school
  • Use of the Concho Clay Studio facilities and kilns



Jordan Stanford, Angelo State University Ceramics, Class of 2022