(January 10, 2018)
The intern will work with Foundation staff handling photographic prints in the archive. Responsibilities include inventory and organization of photographic prints and preparation for transport. Internship-specific training will be on-site and closely supervised. This position calls for standards of total care and handling of works of art in a climate-controlled environment.
-Must possess outstanding work ethic.
-Exercise utmost care and respect for fine art prints and precious materials.
-Abide to strict Foundation procedures for workplace confidentiality. -Knowledge of archival standards.
-Applicant must be currently enrolled in fine art, art administration, library and information science, museum studies, or other applicable undergraduate, graduate or certificate programs.
Location: Brooklyn, NY Tentative start date: February 2018
Please write a brief, one-page cover letter expressing your interest in working with the Foundation. Include your resume with current work and academic experience, as well as 2 references which may include personal and academic. E-mail your application to: firstname.lastname@example.org No phone calls please. Applicants must be able to interview in person or by phone.