The Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) in Salem, Massachusetts, is announcing 2015 summer fellowship opportunities for graduate students and emerging professionals of Native American, Native Hawaiian or Alaska Native background.
These paid, full-time, 10-week fellowships help prepare participants for leadership positions in the museum field and/or the nonprofit cultural sector. The program presents a comprehensive perspective on the theory and practice of museum leadership, in the context of a meaningful, in-depth project within a department of the museum. Weekly intensive workshops, field trips, lodging in Salem, MA, travel expenses and a stipend are included in the fellowship award. Academic credit is available upon official request.
Graduate students and currently in-service cultural professionals affiliated with an indigenous community may apply. Application materials are due at PEM by January 16, 2015; the Fellowship program runs June 1 - August 8, 2015 For detailed information, please click here.