NCPTT Summer Internships, 2017 are open for students and recent graduates to take up laboratory or field research in materials science, archeology, historic landscapes, engineering, collections management, architecture or media and the web. The following are the program areas
The following are the program areas one of which the interns will work on:
Archeology & Collections
Architecture & Engineering
Candidates applying for NCPTT Summer Internships, 2017 must show knowledge and skills in preservation technology which may include literature reviews, hands-on preservation treatments, documentation, laboratory or field research, condition assessments, materials testing or other relevant skills.
Applicants must be either currently enrolled in or must have got acceptance for an accredited university or college program of four years.
Graduate applicants must be currently enrolled in a Master's or Doctoral degree in a relevant discipline (architecture, anthropology, conservation, chemistry, digital humanities, engineering, geology, geography, preservation, etc.).
Recent graduates are ineligible to apply.
Applicants of NCPTT Summer Internships, 2017 are required to submit the following documents:
Current official/unofficial transcript
Resume with 3 references
Letter of interest specifying one of the four program areas and the date of the day they wish to be available for work