Film and Video Film and Video

George Gustav Heye Center (GGHC) George Gustav Heye Center (GGHC)

Location New York, NY
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Application Deadline 7/12/15
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Contact Information INTERNSHIP PROGRAM National Museum of the American Indian Smithsonian Institution 4th St. & Independence Ave, SW MRC 590 PO Box 37012 Washington, DC 20013 Phone: 202-633-6645 Fax: 202-633-6899 Email: [email protected]


The George Gustav Heye Center (GGHC) opened in 1994 in the newly reNovated Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House in lower Manhattan. The Heye Center features temporary exhibitions and a range of public programs. The following list provides a general overview of the ongoing work of departments at the Heye Center, as well as associated internship opportunities. When you begin the application process, a drop-down menu will allow you to select from the choices that are currently available.


"If you are currently enrolled in an academic program you are eligible to apply. If you are Not a current student then you may still apply, but you will need to use the essay portion of the application to state how an internship in the particular department you select will benefit your academic and professional goals. A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or its equivalent is generally expected (with withdrawals and incompletes explained). All applicants must register and submit an online application via the Smithsonian Online Academic Appointment system (SOLAA). Select ""National Museum of the American Indian"" from the drop-down program list. All components of the application that are required for NMAI internships must be uploaded via SOLAA. Do Not send components separately. Checklist: Online application Statement of interest: questions to address are on the application Transcripts (uNofficial are preferred) CV or résumé Two letters of recommendation: SOLAA system allows references to confidentially upload letters into your application."


Film and Video interns assist in offering screenings and other public presentations, information services, and research about films, video, radio, television, and new media produced by and about indigeNous peoples of the Western Hemisphere and Hawai‘i. Applicants who have an ongoing research interest or experience in media production in film, radio, or the Internet are encouraged to apply.