Crystal Bridges offers a variety of fun, innovative programs through which teens can learn more about the Museum’s collection, express themselves creatively, make friends, and try new things.
The Teen Council is made up of a group of creative, motivated high school students who share an interest in art and community engagement. In addition to learning about the Museum’s collection, Council members help in planning and promoting programs for their peers, advise the Museum on teen audiences, and assist with Youth & Family programming.
Applications are now closed for the Teen Council Program.
Internships offer the opportunity for students to not only expand your academic knowledge and improve your skills, but also apply these in practical ways under the direct supervision of Crystal Bridges staff. Museum internships are offered as the opportunity or need arises within the Museum, and are posted on the Crystal Bridges Careers and Internships page.
Youth Group Tour
Crystal Bridges offers free guided tours for youth groups such as Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, or other community organizations. To schedule a guided tour for your youth group, please complete the following Youth Tour Request form. Youth Tours must be requested six weeks in advance. Following your request, a Museum Educator will contact you to confirm if your request can be accommodated. Youth group tours are limited to 45 students and take place Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.