Internships to help you achieve your career goals!
Public History and Museum Studies Internship
Our goal with any internship is to equip you with the experience and tools that you will need to succeed in your career. Our past interns have completed individual projects, such as conducting research on the history of printing in Cincinnati and cataloging our library collection. They have also assisted with the acquisition and processing of new donations, and creating new displays within the museum.
While there are specific projects that we would like to see accomplished, the priority is working with our interns to design a program that fits their individual needs. In the past, we have worked with undergraduate and graduate students with the University of Cincinnati, but we also have relationships with Northern Kentucky University and Miami University.
While this is currently an unpaid internship, we are working to secure funding for an Internship Stipend. We will also work with your university to insure that you can get course credit for your work.
If you are interested in learning more, please contact our Assistant Director and Curator, Jacob Simpson, at:
Adopt an Intern
Interns are an invaluable part of the museum, and we would love to be able to pay them for their work. Our past interns have worked to catalog our collections, conducted research on the history of printing in Cincinnati, and assisted with various projects around the museum.
Any gift to our "Adopt an Intern" program will help us provide a stipend for students to help support their education and career. Our goal is to raise $2,500 per semester for every intern.
To learn more, please contact our Assistant Director and Curator, Jacob Simpson, at:
Jacob.Simpson@CincinnatiTypePrintMuseum.org or call 513-914-5722