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Burish Undergraduate Fellowship: Museum Education Internship

Burish Undergraduate Fellowship: Museum Education Internship

The Chazen Museum of Art seeks 2 excellent museum education interns for 2019-2020 to:

  1. participate in a museum education bootcamp
  2. collaborate with museum and art education staff to co-develop workshops related to Chazen exhibitions/collections
  3. facilitate presentations and teach workshops for various museum populations

Interns are expected to work up to 200 hours over the course of 1 semester, either fall or spring (approximately 10-14 hours per week), and in return gain valuable on-the-job, museum education experience, course credit, a $4000 stipend, and cost of tuition (in-state) for 1 full academic year (maximum of $11,000)!

Eligibility

Students applying for the internship must:

  • Be enrolled full time at UW-Madison
  • Be a declared undergraduate art major (BS Art, BFA Art, or BS Art Education)
  • Complete at least 60 course credits by the start of their internship semester
  • Demonstrate outstanding academic and professional leadership qualities

Wisconsin residents, out-of-state, and international art majors are all eligible to apply. Students selected for this award will not be eligible for additional Art Department scholarships.

Application (Deadline March 15, 2019)

To apply for the Chazen internship, go to the Wisconsin Scholarship Hub (WiSH) wisc.academicworks.com and sign in with your NetID to complete the General Application.

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