The Museum of History and Holocaust Education offers competitive internships for students to gain experience and/or course credit for those who are currently enrolled as undergraduate or graduate students and high school seniors. As an intern, students gain practical experience in a professional environment. Internships are completed in spring (January-May), summer (June-July), and fall (August-December) semesters.
To apply for an internship, please send a resume, cover letter, and contact information for two references to Education Program Coordinator and Accessibility Specialist, Tyler Crafton-Karnes.
In your letter of interest, specify if you are looking to gain overall museum experience or if you have interest in a particular area (curatorial, education, oral history, special projects):
- 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.