Student Employment

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AAC Student Job Opportunities

Opportunities for student employment at the AAC are listed below.
Keep in mind there are not enough positions for all interested students and employment may be subject to Federal Work-Study fund eligibility.
Please carefully review the job description and apply for the position(s) for which you are interested and qualified. 
Please complete a separate application for each position.
* All fall 2020 work study positions are currently filled *


Community Job Board

Are you an employer with an open position or gig that you would like to advertise to AAC students? Complete this form to have your position posted on this site.

Art Workshop Teacher /Queen City Clay
We teach children ages 3 and up a mixed media curriculum using an art enrichment approach.  Students are taught art history along with techniques, skill development, and art vocabulary.  We do not do crafts and “paint a longs”.  This is an art studio where students come to learn about art and explore their creative selves. Our class sizes are small, no more than 9 students at a time and everyone is masked. Duties: Position entails teaching art to all age groups from 3 years old (with parents) to high school, Possibly teaching “Art Parties”, Communicating with parents, Keeping a supply inventory, Sanitizing and cleaning up the room after class, Working on Curriculum with the team
Beginning at $17 per hour depending on experience. Send resume to Nancy Kopp at

Christmas Ornament Personalizer/Ornament Shop
Ornament Shop is hiring seasonal full and part-time ornament personalizers. Flexible schedule. $20/hour. Must have great print handwriting and strong spelling ability. Must be able to work at least 20 hours/week. To apply send resume to or call (262) 806-2094.

Art Instructor/Toedtman School of Music
Toedtman School of Music is currently looking for an art instructor (painting,drawing,etc) to teach private lessons for our school. We currently offer lessons online and in person. Our teachers are all independent contractors  so they’re able to make their own schedule and set their own tuition rates. Our average tuition rate is $25 a half hour. Teaching experience preferred. Email with resume to apply.

Photographer/Everything But The House
Everything But The House (EBTH) is a revolutionary marketplace, making it easier to find or sell secondhand goods, headquartered in Cincinnati, OH. We’re seeking a Photographer who will be responsible for capturing professional and compelling images as true representations of auction items that drive customer interest on the company’s digital platforms. This is a part time contract position that will begin on September 14th. This position requires someone to be available for up to 4 weeks from 4:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Monday-Friday at our location at 6000 Creek Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45242 in Blue Ash. It is likely that this could convert into a full time position based on performance. Full Post Here. Please email Katie Fogarty ( with your resume.

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Students at the Art Academy have the opportunity to apply for a for-credit internship. Current internship opportunities are updated regularly below.

Gallery Intern/Art Design Consultants and The Cube
Seeking intern(s) for the nonprofit organization, The Cube, associated with Art Design Consultants. Opportunity to intern in a professional gallery environment. Responsibilities may include Installation of artwork, Packing and unpacking art/shipping, Photographing artwork, Entering artwork into “gallery manager” online inventory system, Tagging art, Social media (Instagram, twitter, facebook, linkedin), Helping framer, Organizing art storage, and Supporting ADC team and Gallery Director. This internship is unpaid and is eligible for school credit. If interested, email resume to


Career Services

The Office of Professional Development assists students in planning their future beyond the AAC. Whether preparing for entry into a career or graduate school, students have access to resources such as:
– Resume building
– Cover letter critique
– Portfolio review
– Interview strategies & mock interviews

Additional Resources

Questions? Contact:
Audrey Bertaux, Associate Director of Professional Development