The Museum at Eldridge Street is an equal opportunity employer, welcoming all applicants of all backgrounds.
We offer both academic year and summer internship programs for university students. College- and graduate-level student interns learn about Museum practice and gain professional skills in a variety of fields, including public programming, nonprofit management, education, fundraising, communications, and archives.
Applicants should select a first and second choice for positions they would like to be considered for. Due to a high volume of applications, only candidates who have been selected for interviews will be contacted regarding their application status.
Please email email@example.com to apply. Applicants are required to submit the following for consideration:
- Cover letter
- Letter of recommendation
Available positions (deadline August 26, 2022):
- Public Programs and Communications Intern (Part-time at 15-20 hours/week, September – May, Paid – $15/hr)
- Education and Community Engagement Intern (Part-time at 15-20 hours/week, September – May, Paid – $15/hr)
The Museum at Eldridge Street’s docent program has over 50 participants who undergo a 5-week training process, and are responsible for the daily tours at the museum. These tours cover everything from the building’s history to Jewish culture to architecture and design to 19th-century immigration. We accept volunteer applications on a rolling basis. Inquire about this opportunity by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please be advised that due to the high volume of applications, we are only able to contact those candidates whose skills and background best fit the requirements of the job openings or internships. We will keep your resume on file should appropriate future openings become available.