Fort Ticonderoga offers four graduate fellowships for students seeking a practical, hands-on internship experience at a historic site and museum with cutting-edge programs. Positions available June 5-August 11, 2023, include fellowships in Curation, Education, and Collections.
Fort Ticonderoga seeks graduate students in museum studies, art history, decorative arts, museum education, public history, history, American studies, or military history. Fellows will need to be self-motivated and able to work independently as well as contribute to a dedicated team to create and develop ground-breaking exhibitions and programs for a diverse audience. Qualified undergraduates are welcome to apply.
While working individually with their project supervisors, fellows will also meet and work together throughout the two-month experience. Fellows will have an opportunity to work with Fort Ticonderoga’s professional staff as part of our team approach to all major projects. Professional development opportunities during the fellowships will include visits from outside scholars and field trips. In general, project-specific work will encompass about 75% of the fellow’s time. The remaining time will be taken up with day-to-day tasks in their department, providing a wide-ranging experience working at a historic site and museum.
Each graduate fellow will receive a $2,500 stipend plus housing on-site.
Graduate and undergraduate students interested in applying for an Edward W. Pell Graduate Fellowship should review the Fellowship descriptions below. Each position has slightly different application requirements, which are listed at the end of each description. Contact Rich Strum, Director of Academic Programs, at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Detailed descriptions below include an overview of each fellowship, including project descriptions, qualifications, and details for applying. Applicants can apply for more than one fellowship if they meet the qualifications.
- Archaeological Collections Fellowship
- Collections Fellowship
- Curatorial Research Fellowship
- Education/Research Fellowship
Applications are due January 16, 2023. Finalists for each fellowship will be interviewed in person or via Zoom by the selection panel during late January and early February 2023. Final decisions will be announced by March 1, 2023, if not before.