The Museum of History and Holocaust Education offers competitive internships for course credit to students who are currently enrolled as undergraduate or graduate students and high school seniors. As an intern, students gain practical, real world experience with the inner workings of a history museum.
Internships take on one of several specialized tracks at the MHHE:
- Curatorial Internships: Aid with exhibition research and development.
- Museum Education Internship: Work on educational programming for college level and K-12 outreach.
- Oral History Internship: Work with the MHHE's oral history program that collects and documents the oral histories of Holocaust survivors and World War II veterans.
- Special Projects Internship: Occasionally the MHHE will announce an internship for a special project.
Internships are for the spring (Janaury - early May), summer (June - July), and fall (late August - early December) semesters. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.
To apply for an internship, please send a resume, cover letter, and contact information for two references to Offsite Educaton Coordinator Tyler Crafton-Karnes at firstname.lastname@example.org. Within the letter of interest specify which internship you are interested in.