The program is geared towards Bachelors and Masters’ students who wish to apply theoretical knowledge to real-life situations. The internship is highly competitive, allowing 1-3 students per year to participate in our 3-week annual residency sessions at no cost (usually $500 USD), in exchange of 20 hours of work per week. In addition to engaging creatively at the residency, the intern is involved in all aspects of the center’s management and day-to-day operations (staff coordination, assisting the residency participants, open house installation, marketing, etc). The focus of the internship is assisting the director, invited professionals and community in finding creative solutions to existing environmental, infrastructural, organizational and socio-economic research topics or issues.
Benefits that may come of internship
- Applying theoretical knowledge to a practical setting.
- Acquiring new knowledge and skills through interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary practices.
- Generating fulfilling cultural bridges and liaisons.
Credit might be possible at either undergraduate or graduate level, depending on each intern’s institution guidelines.
Active engagement in our center / community for approximately 20 hours per week for 3 weeks.
Award / Costs
- Living and working space at NO COST (single or double occupancy bedrooms & studios).
- All utilities, cleaning services and three meals per day at NO COST.
- Presentation at the Open House event on the last week of the residency.
- Connections with Mexico’s cultural and academic presenters.
- We DO NOT cover transportation or material expenses.
How to Apply
Simply fill-out our application form online, on the APPLY page.
2013-2014 CYCLE CALENDAR:
SESSION 1 – January 3-23, 2014
Application Deadline: October 1st, 2013
Acceptance Notification: October 15th, 2013
SESSION 2 – June 2-22, 2014
Application Deadline: March 1st, 2014
Acceptance Notification: March 15th, 2014
If you have any other questions, please contact:
Alicia Marván, Director