Museum internship

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Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Pittsburgh, PA

The internship provides a Native American student with an interest
in Museum Studies or related disciplines with training and hands-on
experience in museum work and exhibit development. The intern will work
on a collections-based research project related to the development of
the ALCOA HALL OF NATIVE AMERICANS, a permanenet anthropology exhibit
on Native Americans at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. The intern
will also gain practical experience working with staff members in the
Education, Conservation, and Exhibition Divisions of the Museum. The
internship is now in its second year.

Applicants must be Native American undergraduate or graduate students
with a strong interest in museum studies.

This is a 2-3 month, full time, summer internship, beginning in
June 1994.

Monthly stipend of $1,000 (to cover living expenses; intern will
be responsible for his/her own transportation, health insurance, and payment
of taxes on the internship stipend) and up to $1,000 to cover travel expenses
to and from Pittsburgh.

To Apply:
Please send a letter indicating your interest in being considered
for the internship, a current resume, and three letters of reference to:

Dr. Marsha Bol, Associate Curator
Division of Anthropology
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
5800 Baum Boulevard
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

(email address is: - if this doesn't
work, you can email to me, Lisa Mitten, at
and I will forward the message on to Dr. Bol)

Application Deadline:
April 15, 1994