Internships are now available in the Education Department with the Ruth Mott Foundation at Applewood Estate. Once home to Charles Stewart Mott and his family members, the Applewood Estate dates back to 1916. The estate is now owned and operated by the Ruth Mott Foundation and consists of award-winning gardens, historic buildings, and collections of art, artifacts, archives, and photographs.
Internships are open to undergraduate or graduate college students. We offer a well-rounded program whereby each student learns general knowledge and practices in several areas, in addition to working on one specific project to gain a more in-depth and hands-on experience.
Projects may be tailored to a student’s coursework or interests and the supervisor will work with students and professors to meet school requirements for classes and credits. Related majors include: art history, art (fine or studio), education/teaching, museum studies, history, anthropology/material culture, library science (archives), visual arts, and visual communication. Interns can expect to gain experience in the following areas:
Ruth Mott Foundation looks to recruit team members that are as economically, culturally and ethnically diverse as the community we serve. We are committed to diversity and inclusion in all its forms, including but not limited to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, height, weight, marital status, sexual orientation protected genetic information, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
This position requires approximately 30-40 hours per week and involves occasional evening/weekend hours for events. Compensation is approximately $10 per hour. Hours are generally scheduled between 9am-4pm Monday through Friday. The specific dates and hours of employment will be finalized at the time of hiring.
To Apply: Interested candidates should email a cover letter highlighting specific interests, resume, and contact information to email@example.com. Please indicate the hours per week you are available and requirements for school credit.