Jobs and Internships - Listing Request

Internships and Jobs

Students and prospective employers should visit the Career Center Internships page to submit and browse seasonal and long-term positions. If you are a prospective employer or internship host with questions, please contact the Career center at (for employers) -OR- (for internships).

University Positions with the College of Fine Arts

All jobs at UK are posted to the University Jobs site and applications must be submitted there, but the College also cross-posts information on openings to the CFA Employment page. These opportunities may include student internships and jobs throughout the college, at the Singletary Center for the Arts, and with the UK Art Museum.


Do you have a short-term, variable, or one-time job available for a creative individual? We can spread the word to our students and alumni.

Gigs refer to singular or short-term project positions such as commissions (illustrations, logos, compositions), events (wedding photography, portraits, performances), private lessons (violin, painting, dance), or other variable and one-time work in which creative services are required. Longer projects, including seasonal and show work that have a regular schedule over a longer period of time, are not gigs and should be submitted to the Career Center link above.

Please submit your gig opportunity below to be reviewed by our staff. Submissions may be edited for clarity or formatting by CFA staff before posting. If everything is in order, the gig will be posted for up to 6 weeks after approval or until your predetermine application deadline. If the position is filled or canceled before the posting expires please email so that we may remove it.

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