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  • 11 Jan 2019 3:18 PM
    Message # 6996035

    ** For more information or to submit an online application, please visit www.plimoth.org/internships. **

    Since 1973, Plimoth Plantation has led the public history field with its ground-breaking Native American Studies program which combines thorough historical and cultural research with innovative programs onsite, online and in classrooms. Native American Studies Interns gain broad hands-on experience with research, education, and interpretive best practices by participating in diverse projects across the Museum. 


    • Conduct original research to support new Native exhibits, programs, and training material for staff, interns, and volunteers.
    • Support Museum staff facilitating Native programs and events across the Museum.
    • Assist with care of Native reproduction artifact and wardrobe collections


    • Has a demonstrated interest in Native American histories and cultures and sharing that information with diverse audiences
    • Has superior written and oral communication and interpersonal skills
    • Must be comfortable talking to and working with diverse audiences, including K-12 groups.
    • Able to problem-solve and work independently on focused projects
    • Capacity to analyze, synthesize and accurately discuss varied primary and secondary historical sources, both documentary and material
    • Familiarity with current research methods and tools encouraged
    • Has obtained or is actively enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program, or has comparable work experience.

    Work schedule
    This is a full-time (35 hours/week). Flexible days and hours may be available.

    Last modified: 11 Jan 2019 3:18 PM | Anonymous member

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