Talent Development Program

Internships

The Research Center for Material Culture offers an Inter/national Internship Program, which offers young academics and museum professionals the opportunity to pursue further research and professional training within our museums. 

Our Talent Development Program offers young academics, curators and practiced based researchers the opportunity to work with/under the supervision of our team of researchers, to conduct research on the NMVW’s collections, or to pursue professional training within our museums on issues related to curatorship, collections care, registration and documentation.

Interns work closely with our research and collections team and have access to our internationally renowned collections of almost one million objects and photos. They will participate in the ongoing projects of our research staff, which vary from collections documentation research and research for future exhibitions, to international collaborative research projects on different themes.

Students currently registered in a relevant MA or advanced bachelors progamme can apply for an internship, and must work together with one of our staff.

Expectations and Profile

All interns are required to support both the research and programming activities of the RCMC staff and contribute to organizing RCMC events.

Interns should:

  • be registered as a MA student or PhD researcher throughout the internship period (in exceptional circumstances we accept advanced Bachelors students)
  • be able to work independently
  • have an excellent command of Dutch and/or English, both orally and in written form
  • be enthusiastic and able to take initiative
  • be a team player
  • have an affinity for museums, art and culture

Note: We do not offer funding for interns.

Application and Deadlines

Currently we are looking for interns who would like to be involved in our events in 2018. More information can be found here. We are also looking for interns to support the RCMC coordination and event planning. More information can be found here. These 4/5-month internships will start in February or September 2018.

Staff

Ninja Rijnks-Kleikamp
Coordinator Research Center for Material Culture
+31880042853