It’s still not too late to apply for the VRC’s 2011 Summer Internship! The deadline to submit your application (which is really just your resume and a brief cover letter describing your interest) is this Friday, April 29. You can read more about the internship here, or email me with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to hearing from you!
What do you want to do with your art history degree? Teach? Work in a museum? How about exploring a career in the Visual Resources profession? Visual Resources professionals build the digital image libraries that many of your professors use to teach classes in art history and other subjects.
The Visual Resources Collection is pleased to announce its 2011 Summer Internship in Visual Resources Management.
Undergraduate interns have to be enrolled and in residence in Newark during the summer, and will devote about 10 hours a week to their projects from the beginning of June to the end of August. Your exact schedule is flexible. There is no pay for the internship, but you will receive 3 credits at the completion of your project. You do not have to be an Art History major to apply.
Applying is easy: all you need to send are a cover letter and résumé. Click here to learn more about the internship and how to apply for it. And please feel free to contact me at email@example.com if you would like to discuss possibilities for the internship in person.
All applications must be received by Friday, April 29, 2011.
Senior Fine Arts major and Visual Resources Collection Assistant Kyle Hackett discusses his paintings in this week’s issue of The Review, UD’s student newspaper. Read the article here.