Summer Internships in Palmer Museum of Art

The Annie Gooding Sykes Internship is a twelve-week internship offered during the summer. Interns work with museum staff on a variety of curatorial projects, with a particular focus on American works on paper. Upper-level undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in art history, the School of Visual Arts, women’s studies, or American studies are eligible for the Sykes Internship. Students who have completed the Art 409/Art H 409: Museum Studies course are preferred. One internship with a stipend is offered each summer.

The museum offers Palmer Museum Summer Internships with a small stipend when funding is available. Interns work with museum staff on a variety of projects as needed. Students who have completed the Art 409/Art H 409: Museum Studies course are preferred.

For application procedures for summer internships in the Palmer, please visit http://www.palmermuseum.psu.edu/employment.html

Registrar Internship: Students in the College of Arts & Architecture and other colleges may be eligible for an internship position with the registrar during the summer session, in cooperation with their advisor. This is a for-credit internship through individual departments with no stipend offered. Students who have completed the Art 409/Art H 409: Museum Studies course are preferred.