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Untitled. Internships will provide guided learning experiences consisting of hands-on training, mentoring, attendance at educational events, and cultivation of contacts for the next generation of researchers, scholars, curators, and other museum, library, preservation, and heritage professionals – individuals who will assume the mantle of identifying, documenting, curating, and digitizing treasured artifacts that reflect African American history and culture.

Intern Benefits $600 per week stipend to defray living expenses during the tenure of the appointment Additional need-based housing and transportation stipends of $150 per week are available. Students qualify by selecting their need to pay rent during their term on the application. Intern Eligibility Strongest consideration will be given to applicants with no more than 1-2 prior related work experiences. Length Internships are 12 weeks in the summer 35-40 hours per week Opportunities for Students and Organizations Webinar. Internships | National Hellenic Museum. The National Hellenic Museum offers unpaid credit and non-credit internships for undergraduate and graduate students throughout the year. An internship is a great way to gain real-life experience working in a mid-size Museum during your Fall, Spring, or Summer semesters. We value every single member of the National Hellenic Museum’s team and will make sure you receive a learning experience that aligns with your career goals.

There is a great deal of potential to learn and grow with this unique opportunity. Internship schedules are flexible based on each interns work and school schedules and the projects in the museum. We currently offer internships in the following departments Library and Archives We are not accepting applicants at this time. Collections Management We are not accepting applicants at this time. Education The Education Department is looking for individuals with a background in History, Public History, Museum Studies, Education, or other related fields. Exhibitions Video Editing. Careers | Corporation for National and Community Service. Internship Opportunities | The Pluralism Project. Each year, the Pluralism Project staff updates, usually in January, the following list of summer internship opportunities. This list begins with information about the Pluralism Project’s summer internship program, followed by a list of opportunities from other organizations.

Internship seekers: In addition to our own internship program, Pluralism Project staff have compiled a list of past internship opportunities that may be useful. For more information about a particular organization or program, please contact the sponsoring organization directly. Employers: If your organization or research program would like to have your available internships considered for posting on this page, please send an e-mail to staff@pluralism.org and include the 1) Name of the Organization, 2) Location, 3) Website, 3) Brief Description, 4) Brief Instructions to Applicants, and 5) Relevant Dates and Deadlines for Applications. Summer 2017 Internships with the Pluralism Project Location: Cambridge, MA Bahá’í Islam.

Volunteer / Internship / Employment - Frances Willard House Museum & Archives. Volunteer Opportunities Northwestern students volunteering in the archives There are always opportunities to help at Willard House as a volunteer. We usually need volunteers, at varying skill levels, in the following areas: ArchivesCollectionsGardeningOutreachTours and Programs Please download the Volunteer Roles (PDF file) for more details Please email info@franceswillardhouse.org if you are interested in volunteering. Internship Opportunities The Frances Willard Historical Association works with Colleges and Universities to provide opportunities to earn class credit. Examples of recent internships include developing online guides to our Archives collections, sorting, storing, and cataloguing unprocessed Archives materials, proofreading the digitized version of Willard’s journals, and researching and developing themes for a museum exhibit. Employment Opportunities We currently have no employment opportunities.

Internships — Glessner House Museum. Internships provide educational outreach to university students who come to Glessner House to learn about the architecture, art, and social history of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, as well as the many aspects of museum administration. Staff works closely with the students to determine internship objectives and to set project priorities. Many Glessner House interns are fulfilling a degree requirement and will receive course credit; several of our interns have come to Glessner House to experience working in the museum field before making an academic or professional commitment.

Glessner House has so many resources that we are able to take students from a wide variety of fields: historic preservation, decorative arts, museum studies, history and more. We provide interns with knowledge and training they can take with them into their careers, placing each student into a working environment where each becomes part of the Glessner House team. Jobs & Volunteering - Chicago History Museum. Learning Resources: INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES. Introduction Transcribe an oral history; write a lesson plan; develop marketing strategies; work hands-on in our artifact and archive collection areas; teach a child the art of the "hoop and stick". The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum (ALPLM) is committed to providing learning opportunities and career-enhancing experiences to college and graduate students.

Whether greeting the public on the front lines or working behind the scenes, interns take an active role in executing the mission of the presidential museum and library. Working with professional staff as part of a skilled team, interns participate in significant projects as well as day-to-day operations as they become familiar with the museum and library fields. References and contacts gained through work as an intern can be helpful in securing future employment and admission to further programs of study.

Eligibility Remuneration ALPLM internships are unpaid. Academic Credit Duration Application Periods. Internships « Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center. Interns help the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center fulfill our mission of promoting human rights and working against genocide. Interns work with the exhibition, preservation and interpretation of Museum collections, assist with educational programs and fundraisers and take part in marketing and day-to-day operations. College undergraduates, recent college graduates and students in graduate school have the opportunity to focus their hands-on work within one department while gaining understanding about all aspects of the Museum.

While Museum internships are unpaid, we do participate in university internship credit programs. Please contact your college counselor or advisor for more information on receiving college credit for an internship, being sure to include any requirements for receiving credit when you apply. Deadlines and Applications Information: Contact Information > Kate Kelly, Operations Coordinator. Careers - Illinois Association of Museums. Internships. Oriental Institute Volunteer Program | The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. The Oriental Institute has an exciting volunteer opportunity for you. Volunteers are an integral part of our team, serving as ambassadors to the public and furthering the mission of the Oriental Institute.

Volunteering at the Oriental Institute is a fun way to make a difference in your community by providing a memorable and educational experience for our visitors. Whether you like to share your passion for ancient history with the public, inspire children through hands-on learning, assist with public programs, volunteer in the gift shop, or help with research projects, we are sure to find the perfect fit for you.

We look for commitment, positive energy, flexibility, great people skills, and an enthusiasm for life-long learning. Our volunteers come from all walks of life, many with little to no previous formal education on the subject of the ancient Near East. Current Volunteers log in Become a Volunteer at the Oriental Institute Docent Training Requirements Become a Docent Training. Search | The Field Museum. Volunteer Opportunities – International Museum of Surgical Science. Internship Program Information | WTTW Chicago Public Media - Television and Interactive.

Thank you for your interest in the Window to the World Communications, Inc. (WWCI) Internship Program. The program is designed to provide college students and recent graduates the opportunity to explore careers in the broadcasting industry, and provide a meaningful and practical business experience. General Information WWCI offers internships year-round.

The term of the internship is based on the academic calendar of the student's school. Internships are unpaid. At WWCI, labor contracts prevent interns from handling technical equipment. Requirements To be eligible for a WWCI internship, candidates must be: A graduate student, undergraduate student, or have graduated from an accredited college or university within twelve months of beginning the internship; In good standing at the college or university; and At least 18 years of age. Chicago-area History and Architecture Research Internship | WTTW Chicago Public Media - Television and Interactive. Chicago Tonight, WTTW’s flagship nightly news and public affairs program, features a popular weekly segment called “Ask Geoffrey.” Producer Geoffrey Baer answers viewer questions related to the Chicago-area history and architecture.

Department Local TV Production Requirements Interns should have excellent research, writing, communication, and computer skills, be resourceful, mature and professional. An interest and/or education in Chicago history are important. Description Learning opportunities include: Assist in the research of content for writing of scripts for the “Ask Geoffrey” segment. Most work will take place at WTTW studios on the northwest side of Chicago. Application Process Interested students should email their resume and cover letter expressing their qualifications and interest in the internship to: egunderson@wttw.com.

Candidates may also mail to: Attn: Erica Gunderson WTTW 5400 North St. Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum - Volunteer. Volunteers are vital to our mission of creating positive relationships between people and nature. They work throughout the Museum to ensure that our critters are fed, our visitors are happy, and our collections are in good working order. We’re always looking for volunteers to join our team! If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out an inquiry form and our volunteer manager will contact you. Volunteer Inquiry Form Volunteer Opportunities Animal CareAnimal Care volunteers work in the Istock Family Look-in Lab to care for our living creatures.

They feed the animals, monitor their health and keep the habitats clean. Bird CareBird Care volunteers care for the birds in the Judy Istock Butterfly Haven. Judy Istock Butterfly Haven InterpreterJudy Istock Butterfly Haven Interpreters answer visitors’ questions and enforce USDA rules in our most popular exhibit. Butterfly LabButterfly Lab volunteers ensure that the chrysalides make it into the Judy Istock Butterfly Haven as adults. Swedish American Museum - Becoming a Volunteer. Are you a history buff?

Do you like children? Or are you just a fan of Museums so much you never want to leave them? Consider volunteering at the Swedish American Museum! Volunteers have always been an integral part of the Museum since its inception in 1976, and we truly value their hard work. We have a variety of volunteer opportunities available to suit varying interests. Volunteers helping at these programs strengthen our mission of preserving Swedish heritage and culture. If you would like to learn more, or become a volunteer, please contact the Museum’s membership and volunteer manager, Elizabeth Cline, at 773.728.8111 ext 28 or email ecline@samac.org. Stories From Volunteers Below are a few quotes from current volunteers reflecting on their experiences at the Museum: –Shari Burton, Volunteer –Stephen Anderson, Volunteer –Eva Giba, Volunteer –Yvonne Johnson, Volunteer.

Internships. The Newberry offers internships in most of its departments. Newberry interns benefit professionally and intellectually from challenging work assignments as well as participation in the library’s lively community of scholars. Interns are supervised individually by Newberry staff members, who serve as mentors and insure that the internship has a robust educational component. In addition to their individual assignments, interns learn about other dimensions of the Newberry through group presentations, tours, and events such as the weekly colloquium.

At the colloquium, the Newberry community gathers to hear an informal talk, usually focused on the collections or a current research project within the Newberry, followed by discussion and accompanied by refreshments. Internships may last from one month to one year, and require from seven to 35 hours per week. If you would like to be considered for more than one internship, you only need to submit one application. No phone calls please. Jobs, Internships & Volunteers. The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum and the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation offer numerous opportunities for employment, internships, and volunteering. Job postings are updated regularly. We welcome all applications and inquiries. Internships at the Kennedy Library are supported by the Kennedy Library Foundation. The Library also has an extensive volunteer program. Visitor Services volunteers greet and assist visitors at the information desk, the theaters and exhibit spaces. Internships.

The MBC offers a dynamic and challenging environment for students and recent graduates interested in enhancing their education. MBC interns gain hands-on experience in working in a professional museum and learn valuable skills in their chosen fields. Internships are available on an on-going basis in the following areas: Archives, Development, and Retail/Operations. To apply for an MBC internship, please fill out an Intern Application and send with a cover letter, resume, and a list of references to MBC via e-mail. In your cover letter, please indicate the internship opportunity for which you are applying. All MBC internships are unpaid – however, the Museum participates in cooperative education programs in which students can earn academic credit for their museum experience. Archives Internship Details: The Museum of Broadcast Communications (MBC) seeks a qualified intern to work with the archival collection of 85,000 hours of broadcast programming. Development Internship.

Internships and Fellowships | Niagara Foundation. Internships. Internships | National Hellenic Museum. Employment | WTTW Chicago Public Media - Television and Interactive. Chicago History Museum | Internships. Internships. Work at ALA | About ALA. Non-profit Internship - Center for Academic Affairs Intern - 1915480. Applicant Home. Employment and Internships - Chicago Architecture Foundation.