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ICA Fall/Winter 2016 Curatorial Graduate Internship
The ICA’s Internship Program invites qualified individuals to explore museum careers in an educational internship setting. Interns participate in museum events, support departments with research and data management and get to know the daily activities that make museums great places to work.
This Fall the Curatorial department welcomes graduate students from art history programs to apply for a curatorial graduate internship. He/she will conduct research for upcoming shows, take part in exhibition development and learn about the many responsibilities of a curatorial team. Interns also assist with day-to-day administrative tasks, including filing, and preparation for department presentations. Knowledge of and interest in contemporary art strongly preferred.
To apply, please submit the following documents by 10/15/2016 to firstname.lastname@example.org:
• Current resume
• Completed application (available on our website) and a short (1-3 page) writing sample
• Two available professional or academic references with contact information
We encourage applicants to obtain school credit for their internship if possible and will work with universities to ensure proper credit for the internship. International applicants are encouraged to apply; however, the appropriate visa must be obtained prior to start date. The ICA does not sponsor visas for international interns at this time. If you have questions regarding our internships, the selection process or whether you may qualify, please email email@example.com.