Sunday, June 22, 2008

National Postal Museum Internships

The National Postal Museum in Washington, D.C. is seeking interns.

Interns work with a small professional staff on current projects in one or more of the following museum departments: Collections, Curatorial, Education, and Exhibits. Internships are offered during the spring, summer and fall semesters. Interns with a wide variety of skill levels are accepted.

In addition to the internship project, interns are encouraged to take one afternoon per week to explore current exhibitions in a variety of local museums and to talk with museum staff from all departments regarding careers.

Internships do not offer a stipend.

The National Postal Museum has no deadlines for intern applications; internships take place during the summer, fall and spring terms.

Shown above, Intern Rose Mary Stubblefield working in the NPM Preservation Office rehousing the #1 Album in the Leach Collection.

For more information about internships at the National Postal Museum , click here. You can also contact the Intern Coordinator at 202-633-5534 (voice) or 202-633-9849 (TTY).
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posted by Don Schilling at 12:01 AM