The internship is taken pass/fail and requires candidates to spend a minimum of 200 hours working in a museum under the guidance of a museum supervisor and the internship coordinator.
All internships are arranged under the guidance of internship coordinator Katherine Burton Jones, (617) 998-8433, firstname.lastname@example.org.
After you have completed six degree courses, including the core courses, access the internship information letter and application form available on the Museum Studies Graduate Program candidate portal page (accessible once you are in the program).
Understand that most internships take place during business hours, so plan your schedule accordingly. You are expected to complete the internship within the time period agreed upon in the internship application.
You may register for the internship throughout the year.
To receive credit for an internship in the fall term, register by November 30.
To receive credit in the spring term, register by April 26.
If you register after the April deadline, you will be registered in the summer term.