Internships at the Lakeshore Museum Center are unpaid and open to undergraduate or graduate college students (and high school seniors if recommended by a career counselor) that are interested in a museum career.
Students in the General Internship Program will gain experience in each of the following areas:
Interns will be responsible for researching, writing, designing and installing a small exhibit project. They will also participate in the day-to-day activities of the department and help with any major exhibit installations.
Interns will work with the Education staff to learn and conduct education programs and tours, develop educational materials for the museum, and help organize the department resources.
Interns will assist the Collections department staff with: accessioning and cataloging of artifacts using Past Perfect Software, inventory of select collections, utilization of computerized collections management system, and preparation of artifacts for exhibit.
Interns will assist the Archivist in processing archival collections, research requests, and special projects. They will scan pictures and learn how to use Past Perfect Software for
Check back later for any available internships.