Gain valuable museum experience and work closely with professional staff by interning at the Lee-Fendall House Museum! We offer internships in the following areas:
Museum education interns assist with developing and implementing educational programming for various audiences including adults, families, and children.
Collections management interns assist with projects in the collections department which include researching and caring for historical objects, photographing and digitizing the collection, and updating records in the collections management database.
Applicants must currently be enrolled in or a recent graduate of a related undergraduate or graduate level program such as history, museum studies, art history, education, anthropology, or public history. Applicants should also possess strong research, writing, and communications skills. Prior museum experience is preferred.
Beginning and end dates as well as work schedule are flexible. These internships are unpaid, but college credit can be arranged. To apply, send an email to Amanda Roper, Manager of Education & Public Programs firstname.lastname@example.org and include the following information:
– Cover Letter
– Contact information of professor or advisor overseeing the internship (if seeking college credit)