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Posted: 02/11/2011

Garden Club of Virginia

2011 Paid Summer Research Fellowships
Internship Opportunity
Various, VA
Open Until
none given


Fellows will spend a period of three months living in Virginia, visiting, researching and documenting their respective historic sites. In addition to a daily log and present-dayphotographs of the site, Fellows will submit a record of all research material consulted in their efforts to uncover the history of the gardens and landscape of their sites. Using a topographical survey as a base, Fellows will produce measured drawings of the current condition of the site.

Each Fellow's final report, including measured drawings and written history, will be archived into the collections of the Garden Club of Virginia, the Virginia Historical Society, the University of Virginia, and Rieley & Associates.


Applicants must be candidates for a master degree in landscape architecture, historic preservation, landscape or architectural histor, archaeology, or horticulture.


Each Fellow will be paid a stipend of $6,000 plus certain living expenses for a three-month period of work. Housing will be provided within the proximity of each Fellow's project site. Fellows are expected to provide their own transportation during the Fellowship, but will be reimbursed for pre-approved project-related travel expenses, including daily travel to and from the site.


Applications are due April 1st. Fellows will be selected and notified by April 15th.

How to apply
To apply or learn more about this unique opportunity, please visit: www.gcvfellowship.org.

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