The Morgan Conservatory Internship Program has been an integral part of the organization since its creation in 2008. 

The Morgan provides several areas of study for interns including studio, garden, marketing, development, workshops, and gallery.

Interns are fully immersed in programming at the Morgan and are given direct instruction and supervision by dedicated staff members. This program provides rich educational and practical value through project-based work.


We are committed to ensuring that our interns leave the Morgan with the skills and knowledge of their area of interest and a fuller understanding of papermaking and community arts.


Applicants can specify which area of interest they prefer at the time of submission.



We are currently  not accepting applications. Please check back for future opportunities. 

Summer Studio Internship Overview

Studio interns work predominately in the paper studio learning facets of the papermaking process, but will also learn letterpress and paper marbling, and tend to the fiber garden. No experience is necessary for a studio internship.

Responsibilities include:

-          preparing materials and studio spaces for custom workshop programming

-          making various types of handmade paper

-          creating marbled paper

-          setting type and printing letterpress

-          organizing and maintain studio spaces

-          tending to paper fiber garden

Summer Garden Internship Overview

Garden interns maintain the Morgan’s paper fiber garden and tend to Kozo (paper mulberry) plants. They will learn to process natural fibers from past harvests into pulp and learn styles of papermaking with natural fibers. No experience is necessary for a garden internship, but experience in gardening is appreciated.


Responsibilities Include:

-          weeding, pruning, and general garden maintenance

-          tending to Kozo and Milkweed plants

-          preparing fiber from past harvests for papermaking

-          making paper using natural fibers

-          learning the process of preparing natural fibers and the history of papermaking


View detailed descriptions of each internship: PDF | DOC


Interns must commit to working two days per week 10am – 4pm for 10 weeks.


Times may be adjusted to accommodate schedules if necessary. Applicants do not need to be in a degree bearing program to be considered.

Application Requirements

Contact Information

Educational Information (if applicable)

Area of Interest

Description of Interest and Applicable Experience

Current Resume or CV

Applications are due Wednesday, June 30 to be considered for a Summer 2021 Internship.

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