Randolph College recently announced the recipients of summer 2018 National Gallery, London internships.
The Gallery has accepted three interns who will spend eight weeks in London working in the Curatorial Department, Development Department, and the Research Center. These students are supported by an academic partnership between the College and the National Gallery, London, as well as the Randolph Innovative Student Experience and Jolley Mini Grant programs.
The students awarded internships include: Elisabeth Ayars ’19, who will work in the Curatorial Department; Megan Guzik ’19, who will work in the Research Center; and Alexandra Wieczorek ’19, who will work in the Development Department.
This prestigious opportunity is made possible through an academic partnership between the College and the National Gallery, London. Created in 2014, this partnership is the first of its kind for any U.S. educational institution.
Here is a photo of the three students enjoying the view of the city from the roof of the National Gallery, London.
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