The National Museum of American Jewish History is a leading cultural institution with a vibrant internship program for undergraduate, graduate, and recently graduated students who want to learn about public history, the museum profession, non-profit organizations, and the American Jewish experience. Interns work in specific departments and participate in periodic group experiences during the summer, fall, and spring terms.
For this academic year 2017, we are also offering a limited number of paid internships to students with demonstrated financial need who can commit to a minimum of 16 hours per week for the Spring semester. For Summer 2017, students must commit to 40 hours per week. These opportunities are made possible through a generous challenge grant from an anonymous national foundation, with the support of the Connelly Foundation and a local anonymous donor helping the Museum to meet that challenge.
Interns will be placed according to their interests, education, experience, and the needs of the Museum. We will also be pleased to discuss a placement to support a specific project of interest to students. Potential placements include: Academic Liaison, Administration, Curatorial, Development, Education, Facilities Rental & Events Planning, Group Services, Marketing & Communications, Public Programs, and Retail/Operations.
How to Apply
• Read about available positions at the link to the right
• Complete the internship application form at the link to the right
• Tell us about your interests and availability, and attach a cover letter and resume
The deadline to apply for funded internships for Spring 2017 is Friday, December 16.
For Further Information
• Contact the Academic Liaison office at 215.923.3811 ext. 150 or firstname.lastname@example.org