funding the program
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection invites universities or institutions to offer, as an integrated part of their courses, places on our Internship Program with a maximum of two candidates. The museum benefits from excellent candidates selected directly by their universities. Current collaborations are listed on the museum's website. The sum of €1,250 a month for each candidate, payable to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, covers the intern’s stipend as well as program costs and overheads.

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is open to collaborations with universities, local institutions and charitable organizations.
Each year five candidates of particular merit are selected from among all applicants to receive, The Alice Stone Ilchman Internship, The Frederick Ilchman internship, The Veronica Bulgari internship, The Liesbeth Bollen Internship, The Melissa Ulfane internship, each providing a higher stipend, thanks to endowments.

The Alice Stone Ilchman Fund

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection internship program offers a scholarship funded by the Ilchman Family and dedicated to the memory of Alice Stone Ilchman.
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Frederick Ilchman
The Frederick Ilchman Fund

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection offers a scholarship thanks to a generous donation of the Ilchman family, who since 2008 have also supported the Alice Stone Ilchman Fund.
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the Veronica Bulgari Fund

Intern scholarship at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in the name of Veronica M. Bulgari, awarded to one international candidate per year, of any nationality, in recognition of the excellence of his/her application and motivation to pursue a career in the world of art.
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the liesbeth bollen fund

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection internship program offers a scholarship open to students of all nationalities dedicated to the memory of Liesbeth Bollen, a much loved member of the staff of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.
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the melissa ulfane fund

Beginning in 2014, for four consecutive years, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection offers the Melissa Ulfane Scholarship, to support applicants from the United Kingdom or Southern Africa.
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