- 30-second shorts
- Documentary (or Mockumentary)
- Library (New)
The Office of International Programs and the University Honors Program
(Twin Cites campus) are pleased to announce the opening of applications
for the 2010-11 Katherine E. Sullivan Scholarship for Study Abroad.
This scholarship provides the opportunity for one senior at any campus
with a fifth year of undergraduate study in another country. The
scholarship is intended to support credit-bearing and usually
classroom-based study abroad that immerses the student in the host
university, research institute, or other institution, as well as in the
host culture. Proposals should be for full-time study for a full
academic year or equivalent. Applicants must be currently enrolled
undergraduates at any
status (at least 90 credits completed) by the end of Fall semester 2009,
with at least 30+ credits in residence at a
campus; must be
GPA of 3.5 or higher. Applicants must be available for an in-person
interview on the University's Twin Cities campus on March 1, 2010.
Application materials and instructions are available
here:http://www.honors.umn.edu/scholarships_u APPLICATION DEADLINE:
FEBRUARY 1, 2010
From: Anne Swenson
Sent: Tuesday, December 08, 2009 4:13 PM
Subject: Art Internship available in
ELY GREENSTONE SUMMER 2010 Internship
Ely Greenstone offers an internship to advanced undergraduate and graduate students interested in arranging work experience for academic credit. The internship at the Ely Greenstone Public Art has a modest pay.
Applicants should be advanced undergraduate or graduate students with a background in art, fine crafts or related fields.
Internships at the Ely Greenstone Public Art are based on learning objectives defined by the intern, the intern's faculty adviser, and Ely Greenstone's internship supervisor. Projects will be planned that will be mutually beneficial and that will lead to the development of practical skills contributing to the student's professional training.
The intern and intern supervisor will each write a final evaluation of the internship and submit copies to the sponsoring academic institution and the chairman of Ely Greenstone. Please submit any evaluation procedures required by the school.
While Ely Greenstone will provide adequate evaluations for every intern, prospective interns are reminded that academic institutions are the sole determiners of the students' grades/credits. Students seeking internships at Ely Greenstone must ensure that all internship requirements at their schools are properly followed in order to receive credits for their work.
While an intern at Ely Greenstone may expect to commit from 20 hours on average weekly, the hours may vary.
Ely Greenstone is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for visitors, staff, interns and volunteers. Consequently, interns may be required to pass a background check as a condition of placement.
* Art Exhibits - work with artists on projects to prepare for exhibits, computer tracking, collections research, site preparation, public interpretation, and/or research.
* Art Education - work with children at Art Camp, work with volunteer chairman, inventory supplies, create supply order
* Assist with
Contact: Anne Swenson, 218-365-3141or 218-365-5917, email@example.com
Applying for an Internship
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS MARCH 1, 2010
1. Once your application has been received, the contact person will notify you regarding an interview. Usually the intern supervisor will interview the student candidate in person or by telephone prior to acceptance into the internship program.
2. Ely Greenstone's contact person will ask you to complete an application. If you do not have a copy of the application, the contact person will send you one.
3. The learning objective(s) of your internship must be put into a written internship agreement which is signed by you, your faculty sponsor, Ely Greenstone's chairman, and your internship supervisor at Ely Greenstone.