The North Carolina Museum of History has numerous internships available for undergraduate and graduate students, recent graduates and young professionals. Each internship offers hands-on experience learning new or developing existing professional skills.
Applications for summer positions have been suspended pending the hiring of a new internship program coordinator. Check back on this page in early summer for information about our fall internship opportunities.
Details on our program vary from term by term, but we've kept some of the basic information from our summer 2016 program
Internships are within the curation, collections/conservation, education, marketing, editorial, and special events sections at the North Carolina Museum of History.
Overall Internship Requirements
- Applicants must have at least earned a 2.8 GPA on a 4.0 scale. Some positions have higher GPA requirements.
- Applicants must have at least completed their first year of college before beginning an internship.
- Applicants must be willing to volunteer a minimum of 100 contact hours to receive credit in the museum internship program. Some positions require a minimum of 120 contact hours.
- Internships at the North Carolina Museum of History are unpaid, volunteer positions.
How to Apply
Interested candidates must submit an internship application, a cover letter, and a resume (an unofficial transcript is optional), as well any other materials required for specific positions to:
Internship Coordinator / Adult Education Programs Coordinator
Still Have Questions?
Contact Cassandra Bennett by phone at 919-807-7969 or by email for more information.