Deutsche Bank and National Gallery continue the intern programme
21 August 2006
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Source: Deutsche Bank (Cayman) Limited
The National Gallery has been making great strides over the past few years to awaken the passion for the visual arts in our islands. In continuing with this objective it has been a dream of the Gallery to be able to offer a young Caymanian the experience of working in the Gallery prior to further education. After a successful launch of the programme in 2004, and with the continued generous sponsorship of Deutsche Bank, The National Gallery has filled the intern position for a third year.
Funding of CI$14,500.00 from Deutsche Bank for 2006-2007, has supported The National Gallery to hire their third intern – Ariana Eden. A recent graduate of the John Gray High School, Ariana is planning on attending UCCI part-time whilst at the National Gallery, for two years and then study overseas with hopes to pursue a degree in architecture. The new Intern stated “My future goals are to focus on my career of choice, which is to become a successful architect but I would also like to continue with my other choice, which is fashion design. I became interested in becoming an intern at the National Gallery because I wanted to get a feel of the working world and also to surround myself with different fields that I enjoy, which can help me in the near future with my architecture dreams”.
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