Internship Opportunities

Summer 2022 Opportunities

At this time all internships may be completed remotely or in-person. Prospective remote candidates must have their own computer and reliable internet access and be able to communicate with intern coordinator on a daily basis.

All interns are expected to complete a minimum of 200 hours of work between May 31, 2022 and Friday, August 12, 2022. At this time all internships are uncompensated but may be completed for academic credit.

Applications must be submitted by close of business on Friday, April 1, 2021.


Graduate Historic Research Intern

Responsibilities:

The intern will research, write, and produce historic content for a public audience. Intern will collaborate with the Programs & Education team to identify topics and create content that will benefit the Museum’s educational goals and complement the intern’s research interests.

Minimum Qualifications:

· Applicants must be currently enrolled in an American history, military history, museum studies, and/or related graduate program or be a recent MA graduate within twelve months of program completion.

· Excellent research, writing, and organizational skills.

· Ability to work independently and collaboratively.

· Proficient in the use of computers and software (Microsoft Office, Google Drive, and basic document editing).

Preferred Qualifications:

· Experience with Google Arts & Culture, TimelineJS, Prezi, or StoryMaps are a plus.

At the conclusion of the program interns will:

· Have created a number of new pieces of historic content for publication on the Museum’s website including biographies, articles, or interactives.

· Gain experience working in a public history setting.

· Implement research techniques and writing abilities in a real-world setting.

To apply: Send resume, cover letter, and writing sample to usarmy.belvoir.hqda.mbx.programs-education-division@army.mil Include the job title for which you are applying in the subject line. Please specify in your email whether you plan to complete the internship remotely, in-person, or hybrid


Museum Education Intern

Responsibilities:

· Support the development of educator resources to support existing and planned Virtual Field Trips.

· Collaborate with Programs and Education staff on ideas for programmatic content and development of educational resources.

· Conduct research to support audience development for student and educator programs.

· Assist in facilitating educational and programmatic experiences.

· Assist with the research and development of educator materials to support the Museum’s Civil War Week.

Minimum Qualifications:

· Applicants must currently be enrolled in an education, museum education, or museum studies bachelor or graduate degree program or be a recent graduate within twelve months of program completion. Graduate student preferred.

· Previous experience delivering educational programs in informal and/or formal settings.

· Ability to work independently and collaboratively.

· Proficient in the use of computers and software (Microsoft Office, Google Drive, and basic document editing).

At the conclusion of the program Interns will:

· Gain an understanding of museum education program development, implementation, and outreach.

· Produce education materials to be used in a museum setting.

To apply:

Send resume, cover letter, and writing sample or example of educational program you created to usarmy.belvoir.hqda.mbx.programs-education-division@mail.mil. Include the job title for which you are applying in the subject line. Please specify in your email whether you plan to complete the internship remotely, in-person, or hybrid.