Intern will receive a stipend of $1,000. The stipend is not salary or compensation; it is meant to support study and research during the tenure of the appointment. It will be issued in two installments. Interns may also receive a 50% parking discount.
8-10 hours per week, preferably divided between two weekdays (for a total of 120 hours minimum over the semester)
Enjoyment of working with children, experience in an educational setting (formal or informal), excellent customer service, ability to interact professionally with members of the public, ability to demonstrate the leadership skills required to manage a team of volunteers, interest in acquiring education skills within the museum field, and passion for history or museum studies.
Job/Internship Description/Nature of Work:
Help bring history to life for Colorado students! This internship is designed to give the intern experience working with elementary and secondary students in a museum setting. Primary duties include facilitating hands-on activities in the museum galleries while leading field trip tours and supporting the development and coordination of educational resources. Interns will also assist with school program development and evaluation.