The Anthropology Conservation Summer Intern will assist department conservators in activities related to the renovation of Northwest Coast Hall. The Intern will provide administrative support and assist with object treatment.
Applications are accepted until March 1, 2020.
Completion of undergraduate degree.
Strong interest in conservation as a career.
Organized and detail oriented.
Ability to work well in a large group.
Some prior hands-on training in conservation.
May involve working on a ladder, lift, or bending over for extended periods of time.
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