The Metropolitan Museum of Art is currently awarding an excellent museum seminar internship program to students. This program is tailored to provide exposure to museum careers as well as professional experience during the summer.
The museum seminar internship program will start on the first Monday in June and last 10 weeks. It will be available in different fields such as art history and humanities, publications, education, external affairs, development, studio art, design, or photography, etc.
The hired will be provided a competitive compensation of approximately $5,250. In order to gain experience, they will work on real projects and participate in a weekly seminar series and interact directly with the Museum’s visitors by leading public tours in the galleries.
This internship will hire international undergraduate and graduate students from diverse backgrounds.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in short MET is the biggest museum in the United States. Founded on April 13, 1870, it collects conserves and presents significant works of art across all times and cultures. It is the center of education that attracts many people across the world.
The program will take place in New York City, New York.
Interns must be eligible to work 35 hours a week for 10 weeks.
MET Museum Seminar Internship has awesome perks like competitive compensation of $5,250, real projects, mentorship, workshops, and weekly seminar series. Plus, here students can make valuable connections with professionals as well as visitors.
Current undergraduate sophomores, juniors, and seniors, recent undergraduate graduates from a bachelor’s or associate’s program, master’s level graduate students, and first- and second-year Ph.D. students can apply for this role.
Candidates must be international students who have valid legal status under applicable U.S. visa regulations while participating in the Museum’s program. The Museum does not sponsor visas for interns.
How to Apply:
The application process is entirely online. Prospective candidates will also be asked to upload a resume, a short essay explaining your interest in this internship and the Museum areas you’ve selected, unofficial transcript, portfolio ( candidates applying for an internship in the design department), and letters of recommendation.
Applications must be accepted until January 22, 2020.