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Undergraduate and graduate level students gain experience and exposure to a professional archive work environment through BMF's Internship Program. Internship positions vary but are usually available in a variety of departments including Curatorial, Development, Education, and Library.  While at BMF, interns will participate in activities conducive to their academic and professional growth.Internships are unpaid, but are available for academic credit if the intern arranges this through their school

Internships are available on a semester basis throughout the academic year and summer. Applications are accepted according to semester deadlines. The internship placement process is a competitive one and, as such, not all applicants are guaranteed an internship.

Intern work hours are flexible to accommodate class schedules, however a minimum of 8 hours per week is required.

Available Internships & Applications

Fall 2016 Term (September - December):  Fall 2016 internship applications will be accepted between July 1st and August 30, 2015   Please fill out the application found here: Fall 2016 Internship Application

Spring 2017 Term (January - May):  Spring 2017 internship applications will be accepted between November 1st and December 30, 2016.  Please fill out the application found here: Spring 2017 Internship Application

Fall Term (September - December): Applications are due in August

Spring Term (January - May): Applications are due in December

Summer Term (June - August): Applications are due in June

Internship Application Procedure

To apply, please click the above button to begin the online interview in where you can copy and paste your 500 word personal statement. Complete and submit the application, a résumé with three references. Other materials, such as letters of recommendation or portfolios, are optional and may also be included along with the application.

For more information please email us in the Contact Page.