‘The Met-NYCHA Art & Culture Scholars Program’ to Bring 25 Public Housing Scholars to The MET for Leadership Development Program

 

 

 

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Public Housing Community Fund, the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), and Trinity Church Wall Street announced today the establishment of The Met-NYCHA Art and Culture Scholars Program, a new initiative that brings 25 public housing scholars to The Met for a leadership development program. The newly launched collaboration invites high school aged residents of NYCHA communities to The Met to explore career pathways in art, culture, and museums. As with all intern opportunities at the Museum, participants receive a stipend.

The program is a partnership supported by NYCHA, The Met, and the Public Housing Community Fund. The free program is made possible by Trinity Church Wall Street Philanthropies.

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