The Historic Winslow House Association in Marshfield, MA is seeking qualified candidates for an Education internship for 2016.
Working with the museum’s newly formed Education Committee, the intern will be instrumental in helping to plan, develop and present a project to augment the Winslow House’s current educational offerings. This project will focus on Third Grade Social Studies and American History.
- Availability for the Spring, Summer, and/or Fall 2016 semesters
- Applicants must currently be enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate studying Education or American History.
- Applicants must commit to at least ten (10) hours per week for the term of their internship; work will be undertaken on site at the Historic Winslow House, under the supervision of the Executive Director.
- Applicants should have basic computer skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, a background in historical research or elementary education, an ability to work both independently and as part of a team, and enjoy interacting with the public.
- Experience working with K-12 audiences is a plus.
- Selected applicants will undergo a background check before beginning their internship.
- Education internships are unpaid. We are happy to help applicants arrange credit with their college or university.
- A resume including a list of courses taken
- Full contact information, including a phone number, email, and permanent address
- A cover letter expressing areas of interest and career goals
Applications may be emailed to Aaron M. Dougherty, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or hard copies mailed to:
The Historic Winslow House
PO Box 531
Marshfield, MA 02050
Applications must be received no later than May 1, 2016 to be considered, with start date to be arranged for June.
About the Winslow House
The Historic Winslow House Association is a non-profit historic house museum and cultural center in Marshfield, Massachusetts. Our mission is to preserve, protect, and promote the history and culture of the 1699 Winslow House. Major themes associated with our museum include the early American colonies and the Revolutionary War, and 18 th century issues of class, race, and gender in Massachusetts Bay.
- Public Speaking
- General Education
- Basic Computer Skills
- Verbal / Written Communication
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 10 hours per week.