Exploring Opportunity to Host Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (IQ) Art Exhibit

To further explore and develop an opportunity with McGill University for the Dickey Center to host and display pieces from the prestigious Inuit art exhibit, “Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (IQ): Art, Architecture, and Traditional Knowledge" for the Dartmouth community. 

DEADLINES

Summer 2020 Deadline: Monday, May 18, 2020

(Applicants would be notified about their application status on or before Monday, May 29, 2020.)
 

STIPEND

This opportunity awards a flat stipend of $1500 for 8-10 weeks over summer term (June-August 2020).

APPLICATION PROCESS

To apply for funding, complete the US-Canada Remote Internship ONLINE APPLICATION by the deadline. This is a generic application for the US-Canada Remote Internships, please indicate you are applying for the Inuit Art Exhibit Research. If you are interested in our other US-Canada Remote Internships, please find them here. Note: You may apply for more than one US-Canada Remote Opportunity at a time. Please specific your first and second choice of opportunity.

ITEMS TO SUBMIT WITH YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION

You are required to submit a statement of interest, a writing sample (1-3 page), your resume/CV, and an electronic unofficial transcript from the registrar with your application at the time of submission. These are uploaded directly from within the online application. 

Expressions of interest and questions may be directed to Associate Director of the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding, Melody Brown Burkins, PhD or Dickey Center Program Coordinator, Natalie Stephenson

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