The Program Intern will be excited by the history of this period, the social practices of 19th century utopians, and the intersections of agrarian with industrial society. They will work with curators to inform and conduct programs for the public, including guided tours of the Mansion House, and assist in delivering topical programs, as needed.
Preference is given to learning internships, in collaboration with accredited colleges and universities, in which the Intern receives course credit, but other internship opportunities are also considered. The OCMH does not offer stipends at this time.
Undergraduate study of history, anthropology, education, or cognate discipline.
Basic proficiency in office software (e.g. MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
A professional work ethic.
Punctuality and reliability.
Commitment of 15-20 hours per week.
Must be able to climb stairs and to lift 40 lbs.
Academic credit is to be determined by student's university.
A laptop is not required but is desirable.