Alumna and Ph.D. Candidate Chosen For The National Gallery of Art’s Summer Internship Program

Posted July 5th, 2012 at 3:31 pm.

Lee Wacker ’12, a History of Art major, and Ph.D. candidate Emily Lina Grant, also of the History of Art department, will be participating in the National Gallery of Art’s 2012 summer internship program.  The nine-week internship program provides the opportunity for graduate-level and postgraduate students to work on projects directed by a gallery department head or curator.

Interns are chosen for this rigorous program based on a strong interest in museum work, outstanding academic achievement, and letters of recommendation, among other relevant criteria. In addition to placements in traditional areas of museum internships—curatorial, education, conservation, and administration—the gallery also offers internships in horticulture, graphic design, architecture, publishing, archives, music, and public safety.

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