No Kids Hungry Internship
Through the support of Sodexo Foundation, Share Our Strength has created a program to involve college-aged Youth Ambassadors in the fight against childhood hunger by working with one of our state No Kid Hungry partners. 12 Ambassadors will be placed in the following locations: Little Rock, AR; Waco, TX; Hartford, CT; Chicago, IL; Helena, MT; and Chapel Hill, NC.
Share Our Strength seeks enthusiastic college students to join our program as Youth Ambassadors.
Youth Ambassadors will receive a stipend of no more than $1500 plus a potential bonus of $500, as well as a stipend for expenses (gas, parking, mobile phone, etc.). At least 40 hours of work per week required for 10 weeks; YAs may take one flex week.
Apply by March 28, 2014
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The Park City Museum Internship
The Park City Museum in Park City, Utah has an immediate opening for a Cataloging Intern. The successful candidate will assist the Museum with a large backlog of cataloging projects. The intern will become well-versed in cataloguing, condition reporting, object labeling, basic conservation and re-housing of the Museum’s collection.
The Park City Museum reopened after an $8.9 million renovation and expansion in October 2009 and serves a variety of visitors, including the local community and tourists. The collection is remarkably diverse in type and size and museum programs include school and youth groups, tours, lectures and classes, family activities, and special events.
This is a summer internship with a preferred start date of June 2, 2014 (negotiable.) The internship will be 35 hours per week for 10 weeks. Typical work week will be Monday – Friday; will be required to stay until closing at 7:00 pm one night per week, and work one Saturday a month. The internship will have a $3,000 stipend. Stipend does not include housing, but Museum staff may be able to help find local housing.
Apply By April 4, 2014
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This is a list of all the current internship opportunities at the Smithsonian, If interested or for more information go to this website:
|Anacostia Community Museum (ACM)
Accessibility Program (AP)
Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage (CFCH)
Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum (CHNDM)
Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery (FSGA)
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden (HMSG)
Museum Conservation Institute (MCI)
National Air and Space Museum (NASM)
National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC)
National Museum of African Art (NMAfA)
National Museum of American History (NMAH)
National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI)
National Museum of Natural History (NMNH)
National Portrait Gallery (NPG)
National Postal Museum (NPM)
National Zoological Park (NZP)
Office of Advancement (OA)
Office of Communications and External Affairs (OCEA)
Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO)
Office of Equal Employment and Minority Affairs (OEEMA)
Office of Exhibits Central (OEC)
Office of Facilities Engineering & Operations (OFEO)
Office of Facilities Management & Reliability (OFMR)
Office of Fellowships & Internships (OFI)
|Office of General Counsel (OGC)
Office of Human Resources (OHR)
Office of International Relations (OIR)
Office of Investments (OI)
Office of Policy and Analysis (OP&A)
Office of Public Affairs (OPA)
Office of Special Events & Protocol (OSEP)
Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP)
Smithsonian Affiliations (SA)
Smithsonian American Art Museum and Renwick Gallery (SAAM)
Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO)
Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center (SAPA)
Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access (SCLDA)
Smithsonian Enterprises (SE)
Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center (SEEC)
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC)
Smithsonian Gardens (SG)
Smithsonian Institution Archives (SIA)
Smithsonian Institution Libraries (SIL)
Smithsonian Traveling Exhibitions (SITES)
Smithsonian Latino Center (SLC)
Smithsonian Science Education Center (SSEC)
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI)
The Smithsonian Associates (TSA)
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Internships
The Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies seeks one full-time intern on a regular basis for each of the program areas below. Intern tasks vary from project to project.
-Center Publications Interns
Publications interns assist in all aspects of preparing material for publication by or in association with the Center. In general, interns need to be familiar with the basic techniques of archival and secondary source research, have basic knowledge of editing and composition, and be able to communicate effectively in both oral and written English. Interns also may provide research assistance for occasional papers, publications, and other projects in such archives as the Museum’s, the Library of Congress, and the National Archives and Records Administration.
University Programs interns assist Center staff as they prepare and conduct scholarly programs, including seminars, symposia, panel presentations, and campus outreach visits. Other duties may include:
- Contacting publishers for copies of recently published books related to the Holocaust
- Researching information about the Holocaust, recent Holocaust publications, and/or institutions where Holocaust-related courses are taught
- Surveying archival collections
- Performing general office duties
-Senior Historian Interns
Interns for the Senior Historian assist in responding to requests for historical information and must have basic familiarity with the techniques of original and secondary research. In addition, they routinely update internal tracking documents and perform general office duties.
For more information and to learn about all museum internships click: internship opportunities or descriptions.
To apply, please complete the online application form.