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Undergraduates Hannah Blank (left) and Miriam-Helene Rudd treating a painting as part of an internship led by Dr. Joyce Hill Stoner at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library. (Image: Joyce Hill Stoner, Winterthur)
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Undergraduates in the Art Conservation program at the University of Delaware are encouraged to pursue summer and winter internships in order to cultivate a familiarity with the museum field. From the documentation and treatment of dresses from the early twentieth century to participating in the operation of an art gallery in Italy, our students have explored the endless avenues of opportunity that cultural, historic, and artistic institutions can provide to those eager to learn. Internships help students develop the valuable skills necessary to be responsible custodians of cultural heritage through their active participation in the care and preservation of material culture.Two internships are required to be taken for credit for the major. We recommend your first internship experience is ARTC 464, and with one of our faculty members on campus or at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library.
Internal internship topics have included:
Anna-Colette Haynes created this beautiful box with drawers to house fossils during a summer internship at the Wagner Free Institute of Science in Philadelphia.
Recent Student Internship Experiences
American Institute for Conservation Member Community Job Board
Emerging Conservation Professionals Network (Facebook page)
Global Conservation Forum
Handshake – University of Delaware job board
Jobs Desk, University of Leicester Museum Studies Program
JobHQ, American Alliance of Museums
MuseWeekly - University of Delaware Museum Studies Program
University of Delaware Art Conservation Department Internships Board
USAJOBS – government jobs
You can also email your art conservation department advisor, the undergraduate art conservation director, and the CAS Internship Coordinator, Lois Stoehr for advice!