Internships

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CCI Newsletter, No. 23, June 1999

Internships

CCI is pleased to host the following internships.

Curriculum Internships

  • Laurence Becker from Germany. A student at Fachhochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (FHTW), Cologne. May–September 1999 in the Treatment and Development Division (Textiles) with Janet Wagner, Renée Dancause, and Jan Vuori.
  • Holly Fiedler from Canada. A student in the Master in Art Conservation program at Queen's University. May–August 1999 in the Treatment and Development Division (Fine Arts) with James Bourdeau.
  • Verena Hiller from Germany. A student at FHTW, Cologne. May–September 1999 in the Treatment and Development Division (Objects) with Bob Barclay.
  • Alexandra Jeberien from Germany. A student at FHTW, Berlin. April–July 1999 in the Conservation Processes and Materials Research Division (Archaeology) with Cliff Cook and Tara Grant.
  • Irene Karsten from Canada. A B.Sc. graduate and current doctoral student in Human Ecology, University of Alberta. May–August 1999 in the Conservation Processes and Materials Research Division with Jane Down.

Professional Development Internships

  • Nada Novosel-Habekovic from Croatia and new resident to Canada. A graduate of the School of Applied Arts, Zagreb. February–August 1999 in the Treatment and Development Division (Furniture) with Michael Harrington.
  • Ulla Zenz from Austria. A graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna. October 1998 – October 1999 in the Treatment and Development Division (Objects) with Janet Mason.

Career Edge Internships

A national youth internship program sponsored by the Federal Government of Canada has been established to facilitate the transition of Canadian youth from educational institutions to the workplace. CCI is proud to be hosting nine paid internships under this program in 1999–2000.

Internships have been created in the following areas: Archaeology, Fine Arts, Objects, Conservation Processes and Materials Research, Training and Development, Information Technology, and Finance. The following individuals have already started their internships.

  • Jennifer Benson, a B.Sc. graduate from the University of Ottawa. April 1999 – March 2000 in the Conservation Processes and Materials Research Division with Jane Down.
  • Jennifer-Lynn Draper, a Sir Sandford Fleming College graduate of the Collections, Conservation and Management program. May 1999 – April 2000 in Training and Development with Sonya Milly.