James E. Lieber Art History Internship Fund

The Art History Program is pleased to announce a new, endowed fund to support summer internships for Art History students.

Established in 2019 by James E. Lieber ’84, and awarded by the Art History Program, the Lieber Art History Internship Fund provides grant support to Art History majors or minors for summer work experience as rising juniors and seniors through unpaid or underpaid internships with non-profit visual arts-related institutions in the United States or abroad, such as museums, cultural foundations, collections, publications, and visual arts education programs.

To apply please submit the following to Esther Moran, Administrative Assistant for Art History, by 5:00 p.m. on the last day of classes in the Spring 2020 semester, Wednesday, May 6th.

In the application, which should be a maximum of 4 double-spaced pages, please include:

  • A description of the internship, including the name of the organization, the specific assignments or work program, to the extent this is known, and the internship’s length.
  • A realistic estimated budget for the summer’s living and travel expenses.
  • A statement of how the internship relates to both your undergraduate major and your post-graduate plans.
  • A one-page résumé.

This coming spring of 2020, the Art History Program expects to be able to make one award of $1,500–$2,000. Preference will be given to Art History majors. Applicants will be notified via e-mail by Wednesday, May 13th, 5:00 p.m.

Thank you for your interest in this opportunity.