The Barnes Foundation Summer Internship program runs from the first week in June through the second week of August. Interns must commit to a minimum of eight consecutive weeks and two days per week, and must be on-site or available to attend enrichment activities every Friday during the program. Interns reside at the Moore School of Art, located across from the Barnes, on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway within walking distance of museums and downtown Philadelphia.
Interns must be currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate studies, and may choose from the following areas:
- Business Development
- Collections and Exhibitions
- Community, Youth, and Family Programs
- Graphic Design
- Human Resources
- Marketing and Social Media
- Public Programs
- Public Relations
- Application Form
- Cover Letter
- Two Letters of Recommendation
ABOUT THE BARNES FOUNDATION
The Barnes Foundation is a nonprofit cultural and educational institution that shares its unparalleled art collection with the public, organizes special exhibitions, and presents programming that fosters new ways of thinking about human creativity. The Barnes collection is displayed in ensembles that integrate art and objects from across cultures and time periods, overturning traditional hierarchies and revealing universal elements of human expression. Home to one of the world’s finest collections of impressionist, post-impressionist, and early modernist paintings—including the largest groups of paintings by Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Paul Cézanne in existence—the Barnes brings together renowned masterworks by such artists as Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Amedeo Modigliani, and Vincent van Gogh, alongside ancient, medieval, Renaissance, and non-Western art as well as metalwork, furniture, and decorative art.
ABOUT THE SCHULTZ-HILL FOUNDATION
The nonprofit 501(c)3 Schultz-Hill Foundation supports the arts, history and education throughout South Jersey. Programs include the Dina Scholarships, Senior Music Series, Summer music program with the Atlantic City Day Nursery, and an Arts Outreach collaborative with the Bay Atlantic Symphony and Atlantic City Public Schools. For additional information, please contact the Schultz-Hill Foundation or visit www.schultz-hill.org.