A Chorus Of Opportunities
From accounting to archiving, education to event production, dining to hospitality, the Museum and its other entities are looking for a wide range of talented candidates to join the Museum family.
- Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
- Hatch Show Print
- Historic RCA Studio B
- Red Onion
- The Museum Store
Excellent Benefits and Perks
- Complimentary admission to the Museum for yourself, family, and friends
- Free or discounted entry to The Frist Art Museum, Nashville Zoo, Dollywood Theme & Water Parks, National Museum of African American Music, The Opry, The Ryman Auditorium, and more!
- Employee Assistance Program (Free Counseling and Legal Services)
- Eligibility for Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness
- FSA and Dependent Care Options
- Community Volunteer Opportunities
There’s probably no other museum in the world that’s more connected on a daily basis to singers, musicians, and songwriters. As Minnie Pearl often said, “I’m just so proud to be here.”
Diverse Work Experiences
We promote personal wellness and community service, with programs and volunteer opportunities that ensure our staff and our community are stronger, healthier, and more secure.
Our Employee Experience program encourages relationship building and personal wellness through special events and activities, both on- and off-site, throughout the year. Activities focus on seven areas of whole-person wellness: mental, physical, social, financial, vocational, recreational, communal, and environmental.
The Museum’s award-winning sustainability program significantly reduces waste through recycling and composting, and provides meals to the Nashville community in need. Our employees take pride in the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum’s service-driven mission.
“I like working at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, where, every day, the staff collects, archives, researches, displays, promotes, and teaches the story of Country Music as it reflects the spirit and vitality of our land.”
Find Your Fit
Our interns are part of a fun, friendly, and supportive learning environment! Our paid internships are work-based learning opportunities that introduce college students to museum-related careers and other professions found in large cultural organizations. Each internship is designed to further the intern’s educational goals and the Museum’s mission. You’ll be assigned a mentor from your internship department and immediately become part of the team.