Multicultural internships are offered by the Education division. They have been designed to prepare students from underserved groups for future employment in the arts through apprenticeships in the Education division. The interns not only gain valuable professional experience but are able to conduct tours.
In the Multicultural Internship program, individuals from universities, colleges and community arts organizations who have an interest in art and education are trained as gallery educators. Interns receive museum training, attend education classes and experience an introduction to various aspects of curatorial work for exhibitions.
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“Government ... thought [it] could transform the country through massive national programs, but often the programs did not work. Too often they only made things worse. In our rush to accomplish great deeds quickly, we trampled on sound principles of restraint and endangered the rights of individuals.”
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