Spring 2022 internship session at the North American Archaeology Lab at the American Museum of Natural History
American Anthropological Association
Cornell’s Internship Database
American Anthropological Association (Arlington, VA)
Summer Internship Programs, Unpaid, run from July 3 – Aug 19.
Deadline: Applications for 2018 will open early next year.
Requirements: Undergrad students in junior/senior years, and first year grad students.
AAA Partnerships include: Naval History and Heritage Command (NHHC) Intern, and Smithsonian National Museum of African Art Intern.
American Conservation Experience (Multiple Internships Listed – USA)
American Museum of Natural History (New York, NY)
Summer Session: July – September
Fall Session: September – December
Spring Session: February – May
Search for Paid Internships with AMNH.
The Borgen Project (Seattle, WA / Telecommute)
Seattle Internships: Donor Relations Internship, Social Media Internship
Telecommuting/Remote Internships: HR Intern, PR/Marketing Intern, Editor Intern, Journalism Intern
Carnegie Science Center (Pittsburgh, PA)
Multiple internships offered, some telecommuting.
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Internships in conservation available – must contact Gretchen Anderson at email@example.com or at 412-665-2607.
The Carter Center (Atlanta, GA)
Fall Session: Late August – Early December
Spring Session: Mid-January – Early May
Summer Session: Mid-May – Mid-August
Internships in Peace, Health, or Operations
Center for American Archaeology (Kampsville, Illinois)
Women in Archeology Internship Program (June 4 – Aug 12, 2017) – Check early 2018.
Requirements: Junior and senior standing undergraduates. Must be 21 years or older by start of program. Must have valid driver’s license.
George Washington’s Mount Vernon (Mount Vernon, VA)
Volunteer or Intern with Archaeology Team for the Summer (Deadline in May)
The Green Program
Winter, Spring, and Summer Break 2018 programs.
The City Tutors: Volunteer Saturday Sociology Classroom Tutor, Fall 2017
The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
Internships and Fellowships in Health Reporting
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
Make A Wish Foundation (Phoenix, AZ)
Internships in Development, Corporate Alliances, Chapter Support, Brand Advancement, Finance and Operations, HR, Learning and Development, IT
The Met Museum Internships (New York, NY)
Database of Met Museum internships
Fall and Spring Internships
Unpaid internships for undergraduate and graduate students. Conservation internships available for students looking to go into a graduate conservation program.
Fall Internship Program: 3rd week of September to 2nd week of December.
Spring Internship Program: 1st week of February to last week of April.
National Park Service
Multiple Internships offered throughout the year.
NYC Citiwide Administrative Services (New York, NY)
Internships offered by NYC CAS
New York State Museum (Albany, NY)
Research and Collections Intern
NY Preservation Archive Project, Jeffe Fellow – Paid Internship (NY, NY)
Physicians for Human Rights (New York, NY)
Smithsonian Institution (Washington DC)
NMAH Internship Program's outside of External Affairs, Communications and Marketing (i.e. Curatorial Projects; Archives Center; Conservation; Public Programs – Daily Programs, Programs in African American History, Programs in Latino History; Graphic Production; Exhibition Design and more!). Once you select ‘NMAH Internship Program’ you will have to choose three internship projects that are ranked by preference.
The central Smithsonian Office of Fellowships and Internships has paid internship opportunities that students can apply to and receive funding while being placed with a project at the National Museum of American History. In your essay you can indicate the National Museum of American History or other units as potential placements:
Visiting Nurse Service of NY Research Center
Internship available on research projects related to access to healthcare for the elderly or underserved in the city.
Requirements: Must be Spanish-speaking and have an interest in urban politics, public policy, and/or program development.
Contact: MaryGrace Trifilio, Research Analyst II (Marygrace.Trifilio@vnsny.org)