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Internship at Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

From: Emily Williams <ewilliams>
Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2004
Marshall Steele Third Year and Post-Graduate Internships in
Conservation The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation is offering
third-year and post-graduate internships in conservation, supported
by the Marshall Steel Conservation Internship Endowment.  Interns
will work with important collections of 17th-19th c. British and
American material culture under the supervision of Foundation
conservators.  Interns will undertake an independent research
project, preferably leading to a presentation or publishable paper.

Internships are available in the specialties of upholstery,
archaeological and preventive conservation.

Candidates should be third-year students or graduates of a
recognized program in conservation. Experience in research,
treatment, documentation, and microscopy is necessary, and
candidates should have good communication skills.

The internships will begin on or after September 6, 2004 and
continue for one year. An additional year may also be available.
Annual compensation is highly competitive and is commensurate with
education level.  A travel stipend is included.

See complete job posting at Colonial Williamsburg web site.  Please
apply online, no later than August 1, 2004, at
<URL:>. Questions:
757-220-7043 or contact ejoyner [at] cwf__org;

EOE.  Successful candidate must have a U.S.A work visa.

Emily Williams
Conservator of Archaeological Materials
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
P.O. Box 1776
Williamsburg VA 23187
Fax: 757-565-8752

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