Each student is guaranteed a substantive, eight-hour-per-week paid internship in one of our partner museums or the Chapin Library, which has an important collection of rare illustrated books and manuscripts. Students may also serve as research assistants in the Clark’s Research and Academic Program. In addition, students may seek internships in such areas as museum education, development, and the director’s office. Students in their second year may also seek teaching assistantships in the undergraduate curriculum.
Serve as a paid intern at one of our partner museums, the rare books library, or as a research assistant.