The Josef and Anni
Albers Foundation has an ongoing internship program. Interns work
closely with the Foundation’s staff and are exposed to many
different areas of museum operations. Activities include assisting
with the organization, storage, and documentation of the collection;
preparation of exhibitions; research; and general administrative
The internships are intended primarily for college
juniors and seniors and graduate students. A major in Art History
or related field is recommended, and knowledge of German is an advantage
but not a necessity. Interns have access to the Foundation’s
collection, library, and archive, and the unique opportunity to
closely interact with visiting artists, scholars, and museum professionals.
Besides summer internships which run from June through
August, applicants wishing to do part-time internships during the
school year, or graduating or recently graduated students interested
in longer period full-time internships (from 3 to 6 months), are
also encouraged to apply. Internships are supported by modest stipends.
To apply, please send letter of interest, a resume,
and names and telephone numbers of two references to the Foundation.