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Internships at the Corcoran for Summer/Fall 2010
December 2, 2009
The Corcoran Gallery of Art offers internships for graduate and undergraduate students. Based on a program of supervised learning, Corcoran internships provide students with an opportunity to learn about museum operations and to pursue academic and professional goals.
The Corcoran offers academic year internships (September–May) to juniors, seniors, and graduate students. To correspond with class schedules, interns can arrange flexible work hours (approximately 15–25 hours per week). Interns during the academic year work on substantial research projects, which contribute to the Corcoran’s programming.
The Corcoran sponsors a 10-week internship program from early June through mid-August. This program is open to juniors or seniors in college, graduate students, and students between academic degree programs. The summer internship program is explicitly geared toward those students who are interested in gaining firsthand museum experience or intend to pursue careers in arts administration.
Students desiring academic credit for their internship must make appropriate arrangements with their academic advisor and the associate dean of student affairs. The Corcoran can offer no stipend.
Fall 2010 application deadline–July 30, 2010
Summer 2010 application deadline–March 12, 2010
For complete information on Corcoran internships and application requirements, please visit the internship website.