Applications are now being accepted for the 2010–11 Getty Graduate Internship Program. Graduate internships at the Getty support full-time positions for students who intend to pursue careers in fields related to the visual arts. Programs and departments throughout the Getty provide training and work experience in areas such as curatorial, education, conservation, research, information management, public programs, and grant making.

The GCI pursues a broad range of activities dedicated to advancing conservation practice and education, in order to enhance and encourage the preservation, understanding, and interpretation of the visual arts. Twelve-month internships are available in the Field Projects, Science, and Education departments of the GCI.

Detailed instructions, application forms, and additional information are available online in the Graduate Interns section of the Getty Foundation Web site. For further information, contact the Getty Foundation at The deadline for applications is December 15, 2009.

2009–10 GCI Graduate Interns

Sebastiaan Franciscus Godts: MOSAIKON and Mosaic Shelter Assessment projects

Kristina Marie Nugent: Southeast Asia Initiative and Historic Cities and Urban Settlements projects

William Fremont Peter Raynolds: Valley of the Queens project

Rene Riedler: Museum Lighting Research project

Petra Vávrová: Conservation of Photographs Research and Training project