Garden Club of Virginia (GCV)Job Location:
Multiple locations (Virginia)
About the GCV Fellowship Program:
Fellows spend a period of three summer months living in Virginia researching their respective historic site. Each Fellow's final report, including measured drawings, will be published online as well as archived into the collections of the Garden Club of Virginia at the Kent-Valentine House, The Cherokee Library at the Atlanta History Center, Virginia Museum of History & Culture and the Virginia State Library.
Applicants must be candidates for a master's degree in landscape architecture, historic preservation, landscape or architectural history, archaeology, anthropology, history or horticulture.
Each Fellow will be paid a stipend of $8,000 plus certain living expenses. Housing will be provided in the vicinity of each Fellow's project site.
Complete applications are due by 12:00pm on Wednesday, March 20, 2019.
For more information, or to apply, click here.