Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Want to gain valuable museum/public history experience while learning about D.C.-area Jewish history and contributing to a small organization?
JHSGW is looking for some interns for this summer. Read about the experiences of our former interns Stacey, Sam, and Shelly. (Note: Your name does not need to begin with "S" to intern here!)
Interns work in a variety of activities, including (but not limited to):
1. Archives/collections management
Since we have a small staff, there's a good chance you will be dabbling in all of the above fields during the course of your internship!
Interested? To apply, please send the internship application, along with your resume, a cover letter (no more than one page) detailing your interest in this internship and how it fits your goals, and a writing sample to: David McKenzie, Interpretive Programs Manager (email@example.com) by April 1.
The writing sample can be whatever you would like. Some have sent academic papers. Others have sent exhibition texts, archival finding aids, or other materials they've composed for their classes, internships, or jobs. Just as long as it gives us the chance to see how you write, it's fine with us.
The internship is unpaid. Number of hours per week is flexible; schedule will be during normal business hours (9-5 Monday-Thursday). Schedule must be consistent from week to week.
Any questions? Contact David McKenzie at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 789-0900.