The Teen Team offers participants the opportunity to engage with art, culture, and history; develop civic and team-building skills; and learn about a range of professional options and career paths. The Teen Team gets behind-the-scenes access to the museum; assists in planning Teen Nights, events, and other public programming; and learns about the museum’s exhibitions and collections.
During the summer intensive, Teen Team members will work on a summer project while learning about the museum’s collections, careers, and programs. Throughout the school year, Teen Team members will continue to assist in developing and implementing programming for teens, youths, and families. While part of the Teen Team program, members meet with High Museum staff, arts professionals, and other teens.
Teen Team is a year-round commitment and a paid position.
Who can apply? Rising high school juniors and seniors are eligible to apply. Applicants must be enrolled full time in high school for the 2023–2024 year.
What are the requirements? Teen Team members have an interest in learning about art and the workings of a museum and serving as ambassadors for the High. They also enjoy working with visitors of all ages. Teen Team members are expected to utilize their peer network, take initiative, and display consideration and responsibility.
What is the schedule? The Teen Team is a one-year program, which includes participating in an eight-week summer intensive and attending regular meetings.
Questions? Please contact HMATeenPrograms@high.org.
Support for Teen Programming is provided by the Molly Blank Foundation.
Find your way through the High Museum of Art with the help of the Teen Team!
Explore the collection with the Art 101 audio guide and map, or go on a scavenger hunt to help us solve a mystery.
The Teen Gallery Guides were created during the 2021–2022 Teen Team program by Teen Team members Asa Bunn, Anna Cover, Isabelle Fishbein, Quentin Huguley, T Jackson, Gabi Janis, Cara Joyce, Ashby Kannwischer, Jaq Kellett, Navya Narula, Amy Patel, Emma Perez-Depetris, Nathan Rae, Cameryn Thorpe, and James Washington.
Support for Teen Programming is provided by Molly Blank Foundation.
Mystery Scavenger Hunt
The Museum cat is missing, and that’s a problem. Find clues and artworks to solve the mystery of the missing cat.