Internships, Fellowships, Residencies - what's the difference?Instructor: Cristina Garza
January 5, 2020 - February 1, 2020
Interested in bringing new talent into your museum?
This course will cover a variety of temporary employment opportunities for academics and artists including internships, apprenticeships, fellowships, and residencies.
Sign up for this course to:
- understand the difference between these designations
- determine which is the best fit for your museum’s needs
- learn about the requirements your museum needs to meet in order to hire for each of these positions
About the Instructor
Cristina Garza serves as Director of Social Impact for the Mission Economic Development Corporation. She curates and leads all STEAM and entrepreneurship initiatives for this EDC, and through this work commits herself improving the financial mobility of area residents, and fostering progressive and equitable economic development practices.
Among the programs she founded are Web of Women, an initiative to teach technical skills to women professionals, and Career Readiness and Empowerment of Women (CREW), a multidisciplinary internship that trains young high-school women to serve as leaders in STEM and entrepreneurship. She is 2017 Next City Vanguard and named by CityLab Latino one of the Top 20 Young Civic Leaders of 2017.
Before her career in economic development, Cristina worked in several museums in New York City including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rubin of Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Historical Society, and the Brooklyn Museum. She holds a BA in art history from New York University, an MA in art history from Syracuse University where she received the Florence Fellowship, and is currently pursuing an MBA at the University of Texas, RGV.