Denise LeBlanc Internship
Fuller Craft Museum offers expansive opportunities to discover the world of contemporary craft. By exploring the leading edge of craft through exhibitions, collections, education, and public programs, we challenge perceptions and build appreciation of the material world. We wish to foster this in the next generation of museum professionals, by offering paid internships. Fuller Craft Museum hosts interns from a wide variety of academic backgrounds, who have an interest in museums, art, education, or business.
A paid internship at Fuller Craft Museum offers practical experience, collaboration with our professional staff, and exposure to various aspects of general non-profit operations. Interns will gain valuable skills such as teamwork, leadership, and creative problem solving, while developing their professional interests. Interns will work on various assignments, including but not limited to: department initiatives, administrative tasks, special projects, and research opportunities. Assignments are dependent on Fuller Craft Museum’s needs and the intern’s individual strengths and interests.
The Denise LeBlanc Internship Fund was created expressly to provide stipends for paid internship opportunities at Fuller Craft Museum to students currently enrolled in a 2- or 4-year academic program, or who have commensurate life experience. The Denise LeBlanc Internship Fund was designed to accommodate students who might not otherwise be able to accept an unpaid internship opportunity; because of this, a statement of financial need is included in the internship application.
The Denise LeBlanc Internship Fund is made possible by the endowment of a generous anonymous donor, in tribute to the service of former Fuller Craft Museum Executive Director, Denise LeBlanc. To learn more and apply, Download the Instructions PDF.
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