Internships at the Holocaust & Humanity Center
Internships at HHC are challenging educational experiences designed for undergraduate and graduate students. Working alongside staff members, interns gain valuable skills in museum practice through a variety of hands-on, practical learning experiences. Interns at HHC are engaged with collections, education, museum evaluation, marketing, event planning, and daily operations.
Eligible candidates for an internship meet one or more of the following criteria:
- Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student
- Currently enrolled as a graduate student
- Have graduated within the past year
The time commitment for internships is a total of 8-12 weeks. These are unpaid positions, although many students receive academic credit. Please contact your university advisor for more information on receiving university credit and share any requirements when you apply.
Generally, internships occur on an academic calendar. Specific internship start and end dates vary on assignment. Schedule is flexible and determined in conjunction with your supervisor.
- Summer – June through August
- Fall – September through November
- Spring – January through March
- Professional development
- Work experience
- Grow your professional network
- Free admission to the museum
- Free parking at Union Terminal