The Registrar's Office Internship is open to juniors, seniors and graduate students majoring in museum studies, art history, art, anthropology, archaeology, history and library science. Interns will work in the Registrar's Office on projects related to documenting the permanent collection, inventorying and cataloguing objects, and assisting with incoming and outgoing loans for acquisition and exhibition programs. Participants must commit to working 240 hours over a 14-week period. Academic credit can be arranged. The ideal candidate should have knowledge of basic museum collections management practices, collections care, documentation, information systems, and have the ability to work independently. Preference is given to students who express serious interest in pursuing a museum career.