FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
Based in Washington DC; Quantico, VA; Winchester, VA; Clarksburg, WV;
SUMMER SEMESTER 2017
MAJORS : ALL
JUNIOR - GRADUATE LEVELS
JOB DESCRIPTION: Each year, outstanding students are recruited for the FBI internship program from colleges and universities throughout the country to work for approximately 10 weeks during the summer at select Field Office locations across the country or in FBI Headquarters (FBIHQ) divisions located in Quantico, Virginia; Winchester, Virginia; Clarksburg, West Virginia; and Washington, D.C. The dates of the 2017 FBI Honors Internship Program (HIP) are from June 17, 2017 to August 18, 2017.
The HIP is a paid internship that offers undergraduates, graduates or post doctorate students throughout the country an exciting insider’s view of FBI operations and an opportunity to explore career opportunities within the Bureau. The HIP will offer interns a broad overview of the FBI’s operations. One objective of the HIP is to provide these bright and goal-oriented individuals with potential employment opportunities within the FBI after obtaining their degree or upon obtaining sufficient work experience.
Candidates who participate in the Honors Internship Program have the opportunity to gain insight into a broad range of FBI careers. During the program, candidates will:
Work side-by-side with Special Agents and Professional Staff in field offices nationwide and at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
- Gain exposure to important cases, major projects, and critical management issues
- Obtain a Top Secret security clearance
- Earn compensation at the GS-2 to GS-7 hourly rates
- Participate in some investigative activities and work on projects essential to the Bureau’s mission
SALARY: PAID (TBD)
HOURS : TBD
The 2017 HIP will be posted on the FBI’s website at www.fbijobs.gov from August 26, 2016 – October 14, 2016. Additional information regarding the HIP can be found at the following link: https://www.fbijobs.gov/students/undergrad. Once you have received the internship position, academic credit may be available through University Career Services Internship Program.
WILLIAM KING MUSEUM Center for Art and Cultural Heritage
SPRING &SUMMER 2017 SEMESTER
SOPHOMORE -SENIOR LEVELS
JOB DESCRIPTION: Curatorial Department Intern: The student will learn and participant in some basic elements of curatorial work. The projects available will depend on the scheduled activities of the department over the duration of the internship. The intern's tasks may include the following: learning how to properly document and catalogue items in a collection, entering this information into the museum's database, completing condition reports, updating object files, and conducting inventories of collections. The intern may be called upon to assist in the preparation and installation of exhibits, learning about how an exhibition comes to fruition in the process. Interns may be asked to conduct small research projects based on upcoming exhibitions, including gathering research materials for curators. If an installation is scheduled to take place during the internship, the intern will be expected to help, including painting, placing objects or artwork, and placing text. For this reason, all interns will be introduced to basic art handling during their internship. Other possible tasks include mailing and distributing exhibition materials, traveling to site or studio visits to help curators, and select small clerical duties.
HOURS: 10-19 (1 Credit Hour)
DEADLINE: All paperwork must be completed prior to the start of the semester.
JOHNSON CITY, TN
SPRING & SUMMER 2017 SEMESTER (Continuous Semesters)
MAJOR: ART, Art History
Grade Level: Junior, Senior
Provides the undergraduate art students the opportunity to learn various aspects of gallery operations from the planning stages of curatorial design, publicity/media correspondence, to installation and shipping, documentation, organization of related activities as well as other administrative work.
The on-the-job training and collaborative nature process between the instructor (Gallery Director) and student (Intern) offers platform to explore real life situations of operating a gallery and the diverse activities related to it. Students will have the opportunities to work with practicing visual artists as well as coordinate with the media and other members of the community while learning how to use some technologies involved in the curatorial process.
Purpose and Goals
The focus of this class is to:
- Train art students in the various aspects of gallery operation by allowing students to participate in the curatorial design, actual installation, media/publicity correspondence and documentation
- Learn and practice specific skills and knowledge in installation, design and documentation
- Encourage students to develop interpersonal skills in dealing with fellow student workers, artists, faculty, media and members of the community
HOURS: 1 or 3 credit hours
DEADLINE: All paperwork, interviews and placement must be completed prior to the start of the semester.