Duke Student Internship Application
Internships for Academic Credit
Nasher Museum fall internship application
The internships available for academic credit require a commitment to one of two practicums held at the museum. ARTHIST 310 and ARTHIST 311 are practicums held at the Nasher Museum, designed to provide professional museum experience as well as an opportunity to explore the museum and its operations from a variety of viewpoints. Students must be available for a total commitment of approximately 6 hours/week for a weekly seminar with museum staff, plus 5 hours working in the intern’s assigned department (schedule to be arranged between the student and supervising staff). Students are evaluated on their work in their assigned departments, participation in the weekly seminar, and the completion of short, written assignments such as a blog post, artwork spotlight, and exhibition analysis. Grades are assigned by the supervising staff in consultation with the instructor.
Please note there are two steps (two submit buttons) for this application. You are on step 1.
Before you start your application, please familiarize yourself with the various Nasher Museum departments.
Step 2: Upload your résumé (.pdf only)
Please note there are two steps (two submit buttons) for this application. You are on step 2. Name your file using the following format firstname-lastname.pdf