Internship Opportunities

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Native American Internship | Denver Museum of Nature & Science posted Feb 19, 2019

2001 Colorado Blvd.
Denver, CO 80205
United States
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Compensation: $6,000 for 10 weeks

The Native American Science Intern will participate in all aspects of anthropological collections management activities related to managing an important and extensive material culture collection. Daily duties will largely focus on the move and archival rehousing of our archaeology collection as we move it into our new collections facility. This will include tasks such as artifact inventory, movement, building archival storage mounts, collections photography, and data entry. Other opportunities may include some public programming as it relates to collections, such as assisting with collections open houses or other events where collections are accessible. Internships are offered to currently enrolled, undergraduate or graduate-level students of Native American descent.

For more info: Native American Internship

How to apply:

For questions about the application process please contact Moe Shuley at or 303.370.8345


Moe Shuley

Summer Outdoor Sculpture Conservation Internship | North Carolina Museum of Art posted Feb 12, 2019

2110 Blue Ridge Rd
Raleigh, NC 27607
United States
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Stipend: A stipend of $4,000 will be given for eight weeks of work.

The North Carolina Museum of Art Conservation Department is proud to announce a pre-program summer internship focused on outdoor sculpture and objects conservation. The internship will span eight weeks and include three days a week working on conservation and maintenance of outdoor sculptures in the Ann and Jim Goodnight Museum park. Two days of the week will be spent with the registration and conservation departments inside the museum or on visits to other conservation labs and historic sites in the area.

For more info and requirements: Summer Outdoor Sculpture Conservation Internship

How to apply:

Candidates should submit the following: Letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and a professional reference
(including email, telephone and address). Applications should be submitted to Nancy Allred, by March 30th, 2019.


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Paid Graduate Internship | Missouri Department of Conservation posted Jan 28, 2019

330 Commerce Dr
Jefferson City, MO 65109
United States
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Salary: $14.04/hour

Work with the Missouri Department of Conservation Exhibits Staff to catalog artifacts, create condition reports, and manage the collections database for the taxidermy collection. Projects include working with the nature center managers to identify taxidermy in their collections, conduct condition reports, catalog the artifacts, and enter them into the artifact database.

For more info: Paid Graduate Internship

How to apply:

To apply:


Susan M Wachowski
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