Fall Internship 2022
The First Amendment Museum is seeking interns (paid via stipend) for the Fall (September – December) of 2022. Located in Augusta, Maine, the Museum is a new, non-partisan organization dedicated to educating people about, and inspiring them to exercise, their First Amendment freedoms—freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
The interns will be expected to work closely with the Manager of Visitor Experience and the Museum staff to conduct guided tours for the general public, conduct research and writing for Museum exhibitions and special projects, and assist with Museum programming and special events. These positions require the ability to stand for long periods of time, climb stairs, and interact positively with visitors on-site at the First Amendment Museum. Some additional hours during special events and evenings may be required periodically.
The First Amendment Museum is offering a $1,500 stipend for the total internship, as well as other professional development opportunities including admission to affiliated museums in New England, one-on-one time with other professional staff, inclusion in staff workshops, and more. Interns will be expected to commit to the entire duration of time. Hours will be determined based on the availability of each intern.
- Currently enrolled in, or graduated from, an undergraduate or graduate program in museum studies, history, public history, education, journalism, political science, sociology, or related field with:
- Interest in museums and/or civic education;
- Passion for First Amendment freedoms;
- Enthusiasm for working with the public;
- Excellent computer skills; and
- Familiarity with Microsoft Office, Gmail, Google Drive
Interested applicants should email a resume and compelling cover letter to the Manager of Visitor Experience, Maxwell Nosbisch, email@example.com.
Interns will be hired on a rolling basis.
The First Amendment Museum is an EOE.