Paid Summer 2016 Internship for Graduate Student - The Metropolitan Museum of Art Archives
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Archives holdings are primarily textual documents related to the Met's institutional history, collection, and past exhibitions, dating from 1870 through the twentieth century. The intern's responsibilities will include archival processing of Museum records, reference assistance to Museum staff and non-staff scholars, and historical research. The ideal candidate will be enrolled in a graduate program in library/information science or archives management. In addition to developing practical work skills through this departmental placement, the intern will participate in MuSe (Museum Seminars) and interact directly with the Museum's diverse audience by conducting a gallery talk based on their area of expertise.
Join a vibrant community of students at The Met this summer! The Museum Seminar (MuSe) Internship Program awards paid summer and long-term internships to students interested in a career in the arts and fields related to the Met’s many departments. In addition to developing skills through internship projects within museum departments, interns participate in a weekly seminar series and interact directly with the Museum's visitors by leading public tours in the galleries.
This internship is open to individuals who are currently enrolled in a master's program or who have graduated from a master's program of the application deadline. PhD candidates are not eligible to apply, but may be eligible for one of several Museum Fellowships. The Met strongly encourages applications from students who are members of groups underrepresented in careers related to museums and the visual arts.
For more information and to apply visit: http://www.metmuseum.org/
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