Rockhurst High School Archives is taking applications for 2 unpaid summer internships. The Archive Interns will work closely with the School Archivist on some of the following projects: processing & cataloguing the collection, collection care & conservation, subject file creation, and school newspaper digitization project. In addition, the Archives Intern will assist with research and development of two digital exhibits being planned for the schools new Learning Commons & Sports Hall of Fame.
About: The Rockhurst High School Archives documents the history of Rockhurst from the time of its founding in 1910 to the present. The Archives collections encompass a wide array of media and subject matter. Paper-based collections include publications, curricula, class lists, office records, oral histories, scrapbooks, event programs and photographs. Videotapes, audiotapes, slides, photographs and a variety of three-dimensional artifacts also provide documentation on the history of Rockhurst High School.
Length: 40 hours from June 5th-August 4th. Beginning & ending dates are flexible and the internship may extend into the fall semester if desired.
Position Requirements:Applicant must have experience working in an archive or museum with historical collections and must be enrolled in a graduate or undergraduate history program. Please e-mail your resume to Tim Reidy at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for applications is May 15th. This is an unpaid internship position.
The Wornall/Majors House Museums
6115 Wornall Road
Kansas City, MO 64113
SUMMER INTERNSHIP AT THE WORNALL/MAJORS HOUSE MUSEUMS
The Wornall/Majors House Museums is a non-profit that preserves and interprets two of Kansas City’s most significant antebellum landmarks – the John Wornall House Museum and the Alexander Majors House Museum. The Museums engage the Kansas City community by bringing history to life through innovative, hands-on programs and experiences. The houses, both listed on the National Register of Historic Places, feature hands-on tours, field trips, summer camps, adult education programs, and more.
About the Internship
Our interns experience many facets of museum management. We value our interns and go the extra mile to make sure you receive a learning experience that fits your career goals.
The internship runs through the summer and may extend into the fall if desired. This is an unpaid position for college credit. The internship will focus on the John Wornall House’s collections. Throughout the course of the internship, the intern will research collection items using museum records and outside sources, and update collection records in Past Perfect.
- Examine museum collection records
- Conduct research to determine validity of records
- Conduct research to obtain new information
- Update collection records in Past Perfect
- Update Past Perfect to reflect latest inventory
- Other tasks as assigned
- Familiarity with research methods
- Basic proficiency with Microsoft Office
- Ability to discern importance and validity of information
- Genuine interest in the history of the area and of the Civil War
- Background in museum studies, history, or library science preferred.
The intern will work 15 hours a week at the John Wornall House Museum for a minimum of 8 weeks. Beginning and ending dates can be flexible and the internship may extend into the fallsemester if desired. In addition, the intern may be asked to participate in special events and field trips. These hours are not required and may be substituted for a regularly scheduled shift.
To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to:
Sarah Bader-King, email@example.com
The Institute of Black Invention & Technology, Inc. is looking for an unpaid curatorial intern for the Fall 2017 semester.
Title: Curatorial Intern
Reports to: Sandra Lamb, Director of Programing
Status: Unpaid Internship
Time: 1 academic credit hour, 40 hours for the semester
The Institute of Black Invention & Technology, Inc. was founded in Amherst, MA by Carroll and Sandra Lamb. It became incorporated in 2005 as a non-profit corporation. The Institute is a traveling museum which highlight the accomplishments and achievement s of African American men, women and youth who have made outstanding contributions in the fields of science, technology, engineering, art, math and science.
Position Summary: The Curatorial Intern will work with the Director of Programming in assisting with research and development of current and upcoming exhibitions and programs. the intern will also assist in maintaining reports on all artifacts and data entry regarding the collection. this internship will allow the student to earn valuable experience and knowledge in a non-traditional museum setting.
- Ability to commit 40 hours for the semester
- Computer proficiency–Windows Application
If interested, please contact Dr. Enríquez at firstname.lastname@example.org