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Under the guidance of the Collections staff, intern will catalog material according to standard museum practices, assist with research and duplication requests, and participate in other ongoing activities in the department. The specific collection or assignment to be worked upon will be decided by Collections staff based upon staff needs and/or the intern’s interests or program requirements.
Intern may also assist with an exhibition installation depending on the needs of the Exhibit staff.
Some kind of report on the semester's project, based on requirements from the school and the nature of the project, will be required at the end of the internship. In addition, a mid-term and end-of-term evaluation will be done by the History Center supervisor and sent to the faculty supervisor. A presentation to staff, faculty, and other interns will be made at the end of the semester.
Candidates MUST be a student in, or recently completed, a Graduate program.
65 E Central Blvd, Orlando, FL 32801, US
The mission of the Orange County Regional History Center is to serve as the gateway for community engagement, education, and inspiration by preserving and sharing Central Florida’s continually unfolding story.
The Orange County Regional History Center is an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution and a member of the American Alliance of Museums. The History Center includes a museum in a historic courthouse, the collection of the Historical Society of Central Florida, the Joseph L. Brechner Research Library, and Heritage Square park. It advances its mission through wide-ranging programs, permanent and traveling exhibits, and limited-run exhibitions from other prestigious institutions.
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65 East Central Blvd.Downtown OrlandoOrlando, FL 32801
February 17, 2020