The Museum Education Department is seeking an intern to assist with the development and delivery of Education Programs and resources. This includes expanding materials for current K-12, Family, and Adult Programs as well as contributing to the development of new programs. The intern will synthesize content and create learning tools and activities to supplement current programs. Additionally, the intern will teach programs according to the program schedule. The intern should expect to work 2 to 3 days per week.
The intern will help assess and expand K-12, Family, and Adult Programs and resources and teach programs. This will involve some research, writing, and collaborating with various curatorial and education staff to build content and activities. The intern should expect to work 2 to 3 days per week for 10 to 12 weeks.
- Undergraduate or graduate student majoring in Museum Studies, Museum Education, History, or related field.
- Currently enrolled or a recent graduate from a college or university
- This position requires strong interpersonal, organizational, research and analytical skills.
- The intern will represent Museum of the Bible in the Washington museum community and will provide information for the museum’s education department to use as a guideline for future program development.
- Ability to work independently or as part of a group.
- Ability to conduct research.
*This is an unpaid internship.