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Posted: 12/08/2016

Employer
Old Salem Museums & Gardens
Department of Architecture

Old Salem Museums & Gardens is one of America’s most comprehensive history attractions. Its museums—the Historic Town of Salem, the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA), and the Gardens at Old Salem—engage visitors in an educational and memorable historical experience about those who lived and worked in the early South.


Position
NC Society of Colonial Dames/Old Salem Internship
Type
Internship Opportunity
Location
Winston-Salem, NC
Details
$3000/10 weeks + housing option
 

This internship offered by Old Salem Museums & Gardens is underwritten by the National Society of Colonial Dames of America in North Carolina. The internship is directed at graduate students in museum studies, American history, historic preservation, historic architecture and archaeology. Activities will focus on aspects in the Old Salem National Historic Landmark District in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where the Colonial Dames owns the oldest surviving building, the 1768 Fourth House.

OPen until
03/17/2017

How to apply
Applicants should submit a letter of interest with proposed schedule, resume, Old Salem employment application, and two letters of recommendation in hard copy by USPS, or electronically with documents in PDF to: David Bergstone, Director of Architecture Old Salem Museums & Gardens 600 S. Main Street Winston-Salem, NC 27101 (336) 721-7341 dbergstone@oldsalem.org
David Bergstone
Phone: 336-721-7341
Fax: 336-721-7335
ADDRESS
600 S. Main St.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101

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