Internships and Work Study
Work Study opportunities
The Sullivan Museum and History Center offers five Work Study positions during the academic year. Students assist the professional staff with collections management, audio visual and film preservation projects, exhibition design and installation, collections research, public relations and media, and serve as on-site ambassadors for the museum, greeting visitors and providing tours. Work Study positions are made available through the Financial Aid Office, Federal Work Study Program. Students are selected through an interview process.
Internships are available for up to two students during the academic year, and one during the summer break. These internships are tailored to the students’ interests and the current exhibition program. Specialized internships may be available periodically in collections, research and educational programming.
For more information or to apply, contact the museum at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-485-2183.