LONGWOOD UNIVERSITY ART DEPARTMENT

 

 

INTERNSHIPS

 
 

The Longwood Center for the Visual Arts (LCVA) is a teaching museum dedicated to educating students about how their skills can be applied to the betterment of their community. Internships at the LCVA are an ideal opportunity for students to hone their skills while obtaining “real life,” on-the-job experiences. The LCVA encourages college students from any discipline to apply for an internship.

Internships are available with and without stipends in a variety of areas, including administration, marketing, public relations, development, collections management, exhibitions management, and education.

Questions?
Contact Emily Grabiec
434 395 2648

Internship (with Stipend):
Deadline for application: April 16, 2014
Each year the LCVA selects one student to receive a year-long
Wells-Bishop Internship that carries a $1,000 stipend. Applying students must have at least a 3.2 GPA and register for 3 credit hours.

Internships (no stipend):
Deadline for application: April 16, 2014
Internships are offered for 1-3 credit hours. Four hours of work per credit hour is required each week.

To apply for an internship, please send a letter of interest, resume (including current GPA), and 3 letters of recommendation to:

Emily Grabiec, Curator of Education
Longwood Center for the Visual Arts
129 North Main Street
Farmville, VA 23901


CURRENT
INTERNSHIPS

 
   
 

Wells-Bishop Interns 2013-2014

Amanda Favret
Education Intern
Anthropology Major

 

 







Barbara Tate
Collections Intern
Art History Major
Spanish Minor

 

 



Shelby Waugh
PR & Marketing Intern
Communication Studies Major
International Studies Minor
Psychology Minor

 





The Wells-Bishop Internship was established in 2004, by virtue of gifts in honor of Carolyn Wells (Professor Emeritus of Biology, Department of Natural Sciences) and in the memory of Barbara L. Bishop (class of 1960, Art Department faculty, Art Department chair) by family, friends, and Longwood University alumni. The internship program recognizes the significant role that Wells and Bishop played in the establishment of the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts.


PREVIOUS INTERNS

Anthropology
Sarah Walker, Collections Research

Art—Studio
Kevin Bopp, Brochure Design
Melissa Goss, ART Kids Manual and Exhibition Calendar Design
Brian Jones, Brochure Design
Nathan Strumfeld, Web Page Design

Art—History
Jennifer Baker, Collections Research
Michelle McMillian, Collections Research
Ophelia Redmond, Collections Research

Business and Economics
Chris Bonham, Web Page Design

Communications Studies
Hannah Watson, Public Relations
Kari Goldstein, Assistant to the Registrar
LaKisha Page, Public Relations
Kim Schade, Public Relations
Erica Schmeits, Special Events
Mali Tyson, Event Planning
Justin Vanderspegiel, Development
Laura Veazey, Development and Marketing
Catie Wind, Administration

History
Lorin Seipp, Oral History

Sociology
Andi Graham, ART Kids
Adrianna Knapp, ART Kids

 

 

 


Longwood Center for the Visual Arts 129 North Main Street Farmville VA 23901 434 395 2206