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.
MARB Virtual Internship Collection
During the summer and fall 2020 semesters, 23 interns from six universities around Georgia and the United States developed online learning modules for use in university classrooms. To view these intern-created lessons, please visit the MARB Virtual Internship Collection by clicking here.