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Internship at the Frick Collection

From: Julia Day <juliaday77<-a>
Date: Monday, January 6, 2014
Graduate Conservation Internship
The Frick Collection
Summer 2014

The Frick Collection is pleased to offer a paid conservation
graduate internship for the summer of 2014.

Eligibility: The internship is open to students currently enrolled
full-time in a recognized conservation degree program.  Those
graduate students interested in objects or furniture conservation
with a focus in European Decorative Arts should apply.

To learn more about the Frick's Conservation Department, please
visit

    <URL:http://www.frick.org/collection/conservation>

and

    <URL:http://www.frick.org/collection/curators>

The intern will participate in the department's conservation and
preservation needs, including environmental monitoring and Oddy
testing.  Conservation treatment projects can be tailored to fit the
interests of the intern where possible.  The person must be fluent
in English.  The 8-12 week internship would take place between the
months of May to August, 2014.  Start and end dates are flexible,
with a stipend of $3000.  Intern activities are generally carried
out four days a week between the hours of 10 am and 4 pm; however,
an alternative schedule may be discussed.  Applicants are
responsible for their own housing and travel arrangements.

Application Instructions:

    All internship applications must be submitted via e-mail.

    Please title the subject of your e-mail:  TFC Graduate
    Conservation Intern - Summer 2014

    Please write a cover letter in the e-mail body that includes:

    Your reasons for applying to The Frick Collection

    Your contact information

    The names, professional affiliations, and telephone numbers of
    two individuals that may be contacted as references.

    Please attach your resume as a PDF.

    Please e-mail your completed application to

        Brittany Luberda
        Administrative Assistant to Conservation and Decorative Arts
        luberda<-a t->frick< . >org

Selected candidates will be contacted for interviews, and all
applicants will be notified of our final decision.

Joseph Godla
Chief Conservator
The Frick Collection
1 East 70th Street
New York NY 10021


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