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Posted: 07/31/2012

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Pleasant Retreat: The Governor William Owsley House Museum

The Governor William Owsley House in Lancaster, Kentucky was saved from demolition in 1993. It was restored by the State of Kentucky, dedicated Garrard County citizens, and faithful Owsley family descendants. This young museum is owned by Garrard County and is under the direction of the executive director and a board of trustees.


Position
Autumn Intern
Type
Internship Opportunity
Location
Lancaster, KY
Uni
Details
$0
 

We are seeking interns interested in pursuing a career in history, museum studies, historic preservation and/or similar fields. Interns will be responsible for assisting the executive director in the daily operational duties of the historic house museum.  Please note, these positions are unpaid.

Duties:

  • Collections Inventory
  • Research
  • Write Grants
  • Conduct Tours
  • Technical Assistance
  • Conservation Assessment
  • Exhibit Maintenance & Design
  • Website Maintenance
OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
To Apply: Please email a resume and cover letter to Travis Rose at Director@OwsleyHouse.org
Travis Rose
Phone: 859-792-9639
ADDRESS
656 Stanford Road
Lancaster, KY 40444

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