Dear Ph.D. Students,

The DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) Museum is offering a PAID Fall Internship for Graduate Students ($12.50/hour for up to 21 hours/week for 12 weeks)  This exciting opportunity focuses on Museum Education.  During the internship:

"The intern will work with the Curator of Education to research and develop an online resource for teachers and students based on a North Carolina sampler in the museumís collection. This is a large project that the intern would be able to add to her/his portfolio as it would be primarily produced by the intern.

The intern will also assist with the museumís in-house education programs by producing visitor assistance materials (including maps, guides, flyers, signs, and related materials); posting museum event information to online calendars; writing social media posts; and assisting with the planning and execution of school programs, Girl Scouts, family programs, and tours."

The deadline for applying is July 24, 2017.

For more details, see the attached flyer.

Dr. Smith

Suzanne E. Smith
Professor of History
Internship Director
Department of History and Art History
George Mason University
(703) 993-2147
(703) 993-1251 (fax)

Author of:
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