The Town Hall Speaker Series Intern will assist in developing the Center’s evolving calendar of timely and engaging adult programming. Since opening in 2003, the Center has welcomed former president, Supreme Court Justices, leading journalists, scholars, and entertainers from around the world. The Town Hall Speaker Series Intern will have the opportunity to assist in designing and executing all programs through research and writing, planning, and the coordination of event logistics.
This internship in Stage and Museum Theatre management is designed to serve as an educational internship where students will learn the procedures, skills, and knowledge necessary to run a professional theatre program in a museum setting.
The Museum Programs Internship is offered to students who are interested in working on exhibits and educational programming. Love history and want to find an exciting position that brings it to life for children? Join the museum programming team and help develop activities for children and families. Position will be responsible for research and writing of museum programs for general visitation, special events, and summer camp, as well as traveling exhibitions.
The Human Resources Intern will have the opportunity to work with the Center’s human resources team, on projects to provide broad exposure to the human resources field. The Human Resources Intern will gain exposure to many different HR areas such has recruiting, onboarding, benefits administration, and training.
The Education Intern will work closely with the Education Department staff on a variety of assignments ranging from research to curriculum development and high-profile events. The intern will also assist with day-to-day tasks that are designed to provide broad exposure to civic learning methods and the mission of the National Constitution Center.