Our students participate in paid professional internships. Institutions hosting past interns include: the Bradbury Science Museum at Los Alamos National Laboratory, City of Las Vegas Museum, Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, National Hispanic Cultural Center, New Mexico Arts, New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors, Office of Archaeological Studies, Office of the State Historian, Palace Press, Santa Fe Institute, and SITE Santa Fe. Find out more about our Internship Program by reading our Internship Handbook!
Students have created web, video, and interactive projects. Take a look at their work:
I worked on a 17th century 3-D Palace of the Governors. I photographed several adobe buildings and built a small texture library. I planned a floor plan based on given research and information. From there I built the building from the ground up including features such as beams of doors and windows, latillas and vigas. If I had more time, I could have added more details to the building, such as nicer fireplaces or rug to the floors. I think I improved on my technical 3-D skills and advanced my knowledge in Sketch-Up, the program I used to build the Palace. I also learned that not all research is done in a library. Research can be done just by looking and exploring places and talking with knowledgeable people. â€â€” Jessica Lin Power, graduate student