IMA Scholar Program

Another internship opportunity, and this one is for curatorial research, historic preservation (Oldfields-Lilly House & Gardens and Miller House & Garden), or conservation.

The IMA (Indianapolis Museum of Art) Scholar program is available for students that are interested in pursuing the above mentioned fields. There are openings for the Fall, Spring and Summer terms and this is also a paid internship!

What you need to apply—

  • Completed application form (IMA-Internship-Application-02-13)
  • Resume
  • Cover letter
  • Recommendation letter (you may submit this with your materials or have your referring contact email us her/his letter directly; an academic letter is preferred, however a professional recommendation will be accepted)
  • Writing sample (3-5 pages of an academic sample related to the subject area that you are interested in)
  • Unofficial or official transcript (such as transcripts accessed online, screen shots)

Internship application materials should be submitted by email to the Internship Program. Please name your files as: Firstname Lastname Filename (for example, Caitlyn Phipps Resume)

Due dates

Spring 2014 Dates
(January 21, 2014-May 9, 2014)
Applications due: September 20, 2013
Notifications sent: November 1, 2013

Summer 2014 Dates
(June 9, 2014-August 8, 2014)
Applications due: February 21, 2014
Notifications sent: April 4, 2014

Fall 2014 Dates
(August 27, 2014-December 5, 2014)
Applications due: April 25, 2014
Notifications sent: June 6, 2014

This internship looks like an awesome opportunity for anyone interested in art or historic preservation! If you would like to read more about the program , check it out here.

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