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The Goldstein Museum of Design's Jerome Joss program is an annual internship that provides the opportunity for a CDES graduate student to combine individual interests and skills with object-based research. GMD's permanent collection holds over 28,000 objects, and lends itself to a broad range of research topics. This 40 hour internship includes a $1000 stipend payable upon completion of the project.
Please include the following information on your proposal: date, name, degree sought, email address. Additional formatting specifics are at the discretion of the applicant, but the final proposal should be submitted as a pdf.
See http://goldstein.design.umn.edu/collection/emigre/ to view previous Jerome Joss Internship project by Jessica Barness, MFA
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GMD's annual Lila Bath UROP Internship is open to all undergraduate apparel design students in the College of Design. The successful candidate will spend a week in San Antonio, Texas at Incarnate Word University (IWU) experiencing the unique community resources. The internship includes:
A week in San Antonio, staying in a dorm on the IWU campus
$1,500 stipend to cover travel, housing, food, and supplies
Although the internship is not limited to juniors, this is an excellent opportunity to research ideas for a senior line. The Bath Intern will expected to speak on his/her experience at a GMD program. The award will be announced before spring break.
Applicants must be undergraduate students currently enrolled in the College of Design apparel design program
Submit a resume and a 1-2 page proposal to Lucy Dunne ( firstname.lastname@example.org) by January 31st
Applicants are advised to discuss potential proposals with Lucy prior to submission
Jess Barness, Jerome Joss Intern 2011
Misty Karges, Lila Bath Intern 2011