Upcoming Internship Opportunities

We are currently recruiting for the Fall 2021 NMAH Internship Program.

  • Fall 2021 applications will be due 12 PM EST on Wednesday, June 2nd, including all application materials and reference letters, so please plan accordingly.
  • Only complete and submitted applications will be reviewed.
  • Application review begins on June 2nd, and applicants should expect to hear back about their selection status within four-six weeks of June 2nd.
Depending on the status of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Fall 2021 internships may be virtual or hybrid (part in-person, part virtual); details are included in the individual postings for each internship opportunity. Any in-person or hybrid experience may be converted to virtual or postponed to ensure the safety and health of our staff and interns.

For any other questions, please check out our NMAH Internship FAQ or OFI's FAQ. Thanks for your interest in NMAH internships!


The museum offers incredible internship experiences in a variety of fields. These opportunities may change each internship season based on the availability of projects in order to ensure meaningful education experiences for all interns.
Unless otherwise stated in a specific internship posting, community college students, undergraduates, recent graduates, graduate students, career changers, and other professionals are encouraged to apply. We are currently not recruiting for high school interns.

Fall 2021 Internships:

African American History Curatorial Collective Internship

Chicana History Curatorial Internship

Communications, Marketing, & Public Affairs Internship

Digital Interactive & Activity Development Internship

Experience Design Internship

Program in Latino History and Culture Internship

Special Events Internship

 

Didn't find the internship you wanted? You can still submit an application through our General Application Pools for NMAH internships! Apply through our:

Office of Curatorial Affairs 

Office of Audiences Engagement 

Office of Building Renovation and Exhibition Services

Office of Management and Museum Services

 

Questions about applying? Check out the How to Apply section of our NMAH internship website!


African American History Curatorial Collective Internship

The African American History Curatorial Collective is hosting a virtual internship for Fall 2021 to support the professional development of an emerging public historian and/or museum professional.

Goal: Overall, this internship aims to support an emerging public historian and/or museum professional in learning more about curatorial practice, including researching current and historical trends, increasing familiarity with collections databases, and engaging with audiences.

Status: Virtual

Anticipated Learning Objectives: By the end of this internship, the intern will be able to:

  • Articulate the range of curatorial work at a large history museum
  • Describe the historical and current trends of interpreting African American history at a general history museum
  • Become familiar with the museum’s collections database
  • Collaborate with museum professionals on multipart projects
  • Engage with internal and external audiences by synthesizing and articulating ideas from collections research through a variety of platforms, including social media posts, blogging, educational resources, and/or presentations

Expected Responsibilities: During the internship, the intern should expect to:

  • Provide planning and research support for a series of meetings on the practice of African American history in general history museums
  • Assist curators with administrative support of the AAHCC
  • Identify and index museum products related to African American history
  • Conduct research for AAHCC projects, including the practice of African American history in general history museums and Black feminist praxis
  • Collaborate with museum colleagues across the institution, including attending virtual meetings, coordinating conversations, and participating in museum colloquia

Ideal Qualifications / Prerequisites: The ideal intern applicant is/has:

  • Either working towards a degree in African American Studies, History, Literature, or related fields or has completed either advanced undergraduate or graduate classes in African American Studies, History, Literature, or related fields
  • Demonstrated interest in public interpretations of history, such as public history or museum studies
  • Ability to work both independently and in a collaborative environment
  • Open-minded in learning new topics and skills
  • Attentive to details
  • Familiarity with humanities research

Audience: This internship is specialized for individuals who already have some experience in this field. This internship is intended for 1 intern. Advanced undergraduates, recent graduates, graduate students, career changers, and other professionals are encouraged to apply. Community college students will also be considered for this internship.

Timeline: This internship will take place during Fall 2021 and is anticipated to be 10-12 weeks long. This internship will be full-time (40 hours per week).

Eligible for Academic Credit: Yes! Interns may receive program or course credit for this experience if approved by their educational institution. Though NMAH does not itself award credit, the Interns and Fellows Office will help coordinate the requirements for credit with the educational institution.

Optional Enrichment Opportunities: Interns are invited to participate in optional opportunities during the internship that support professional growth and foster understanding about the museum field.

Financial Information: This opportunity does provides a guaranteed stipend of $500 to defray technology costs during the virtual internship. Additionally, upon selection, interns will have the opportunity to apply for a stipend based on financial need; the amount of internship stipends depends on the amount of museum funds available and is at the discretion of NMAH. Internship stipends issued by the Smithsonian are not considered salary or meant as compensation, but are awarded to help defray living expenses for an intern during the term of their appointment. If an intern is awarded a stipend, stipends cannot be distributed before the start of an internship, and we typically recommend that an intern has at least enough external funding to cover the first month's expenses to accommodate the wait time required in stipend processing. To learn more, please check out our Internship FAQ page.


Chicana History Curatorial Internship

In October 2020, Dr. Natalia Molina became one of a small contingent of Chicana scholars who have received the MacArthur "Genius" Award. Molina's fellowship reminds us how far the field of Chicana history has come since its inception in the 1970s. Rooted in the emerging Chicana studies of the 1960s, the study of Chicana history was initially neglected and limited to issues of labor and class. Yet, Chicana historians and the histories they produce have transformed understandings of women’s history in the United States, diversifying its analytical themes, methodologies, and sources, while shifting focus to gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, identity, and space. Still, there are only 103 Chicanas who have earned their PhDs in history. This research project will document the state of the field of Chicana history through in-depth oral history interviews with the very women who have lived it and shaped it. We require two interns who will learn about curatorial practice through participating in this documentation project, gathering materials, reaching out to Chicana scholars, and maintaining a database of information as we seek to understand how these women have brought forward their communities in their own scholarship and journeys.

Goal: Overall, this internship aims to support interns in learning more about building an archive, curatorial practice and museum methods, as well as the field of Chicana history.

Status: Virtual

Anticipated Learning Objectives: By the end of this internship, the intern will be able to…

  • Practice proper documentation of a project
  • Conduct oral history interviews. As part of this project, intern will learn to interview Chicana scholars and community members who are part of this history. The incumbent will learn and hone skills in qualitative research and interviewing techniques.
  • Understand different aspects of community engagement and working with partners both inside and external to complex organizations
  • Research history using primary and secondary sources, both within and outside the Smithsonian.
  • Collaborate with other scholars in the field
  • Maintain a collections database using collections management skills
  • Intern will learn how to synthesize information and write up major themes that cut across the content
  • Plan and implement a public history research project.
  • Gain networks of Chicana scholars

Expected Responsibilities: During this internship, the intern should expect to…

  • Participate in virtual meetings for the project
  • Update collections info in our museum database
  • Conduct background research on specific organizations and individuals.
  • Produce memos with all relevant background information for interviews.
  • Create a synopsis of the project and template introductory emails that can be sent to potential participants.
  • Identify and describe new collections related to the historiography of the field of Chicana History, including visual and material culture and archival materials. Some research may require exploration of archives and other existing collections throughout the Smithsonian and beyond. Background research on objects may lead to a blog or online object group.

Ideal Qualifications / Prerequisites: The ideal intern applicant is/has:

  • Demonstrated interest in Chicana, Latin American, and/or women’s history
  • Bilingual in English/Spanish
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively
  • Demonstrated organizational and administrative skills
  • Ability to work in Google docs and Microsoft Word and Excel

Audience: This internship can generalized to provide individuals initial experience in this field or specialized for individuals who already have some experience in this field. This experience is anticipated for 1-2 interns. Community college students, undergraduates, recent graduates, graduate students, career changers, and other professionals are encouraged to apply.

Timeline: This internship is expected to take place in Fall 2021 and can be part-time or full-time. The internship may take place for one or two semesters, depending on the project and mentor and intern capacity.

Eligible for Academic Credit: Yes! Interns may receive program or course credit for this experience if approved by their educational institution. Though NMAH does not itself award credit, the Interns and Fellows Office will help coordinate the requirements for credit with the educational institution.

Optional Enrichment Opportunities: Interns are invited to participate in optional opportunities during the internship that support professional growth and foster understanding about the museum field.

Financial Information: This opportunity provides a guaranteed stipend of $4,200. Additionally, upon selection, interns will have the opportunity to apply for additional funding based on financial need upon selection, interns will have the opportunity to apply for a stipend based on financial need; the amount of internship stipends depends on the amount of museum funds available and is at the discretion of NMAH. Internship stipends issued by the Smithsonian are not considered salary or meant as compensation, but are awarded to help defray living expenses for an intern during the term of their appointment. If an intern is awarded a stipend, stipends cannot be distributed before the start of an internship, and we typically recommend that an intern has at least enough external funding to cover the first month's expenses to accommodate the wait time required in stipend processing. To learn more, please check out our Internship FAQ page.


Communications and Marketing/Public Affairs Internship

The National Museum of American History Office of Communications and Marketing ensures that museum maintains a positive relationship with the community and members of the press. Daily activities include responding to all incoming media queries; develops strategies for effective proactive information about museum activities; coordinates documentary film crews, approves outside media releases by agencies/donors, approves advertisements promoting exhibitions and public programs and handles any crisis issues. Among the events that communications and marketing stages are press previews, press conferences, exhibition dedication ceremonies, donation ceremonies (usually involving objects and sometimes celebrity donors) and press luncheons. Coming up we will be preparing for donations, exhibition openings, and doing a lot of filming at the museum. We are a small office with four full time employees and so we rely heavily on interns who generally have projects of their own to promote start to finish. For example, if a notable musician is willing to donate something to the museum, an intern might be asked to research and create a background on the musician and object being donated, speak with curators at the museum, work with the special events office on the donation ceremony schedule, and caption the pictures taken at the event. In addition, interns assist the office with daily operations: researching and responding to media and public inquiries, compiling media clips, researching and writing calendar submissions, media advisories and releases and some other things that come up. Our office relies on interns to assist with daily operations like: researching and responding to media and public queries, compiling media clips, writing media advisories and press releases, and researching and writing calendar submissions. Interns are given the opportunity to come up with ideas on how the Museum can continue to remain one of the most visited museums in the world. The office also facilitates all interviews with the director and curators and is responsible for coordinating and scheduling all media, documentary and commercial film crews. An internship in the Office of Communications and Marketing is not only a great opportunity for anyone with an interest in those areas, but also those interested in event planning, public affairs, and museum studies. During the internship you will learn how to write and cite according to AP stylebook, how to draft and create media advisories, press releases and event show flows, and how to effectively communicate with the public and media. Your writing will become concise as you raise awareness for museum exhibitions and events. Due to the nature of the work, interns will explore much of the museum as they research for media releases and advisories. Working in our office rewards interns with professional skills in a friendly environment that promotes creative ideas and fosters professional growth.

Goal: Overall, this internship aims to propose creative ideas and contribute to the Office of Communications and Marketing. The intern will gain insight into the inner workings and aspects of the Office of Communications and Marketing in the National Museum of American History. When the internship is completed, the intern will have and understanding about the field of public relations and ideally be prepared for to seek a position in the communications field.   Interns will develop verbal, written, and professional skills and understand what makes compelling news.

Status: Virtual or hybrid depending on the intern's preference and our museum staffing capacity due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

Anticipated Learning Objectives: By the end of this internship, the intern will:

  • Gain experience working in an active communications and marketing office and learn how to promote the Smithsonian and its work to the public and media
  • Improve writing skills through a variety of communication mediums (press materials, marketing materials and web content)
  • Learn what makes a story news worthy and how to tailor stories to relevant news outlets

Expected Responsibilities: During the internship, the intern should expect to:

  • Research and respond to media and public inquiries
  • Compile media clips
  • Draft and edit media advisories and press releases
  • Research and write calendar submissions
  • Attend special events
  • Draft statements
  • Oversee film and news crews

Ideal Qualifications / Prerequisites: The ideal intern applicant is/has:  

  • Enthusiastic about communications and marketing with excellent research and writing skills
  • Professional demeanor, organizational and communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and complete assigned tasks within identified timeframes

Audience: This internship is generalized to provide individuals initial experience in this field. This internship is intended for 1-2 interns. Community college students, undergraduates, recent graduates, graduate students, career changers, and other professionals are encouraged to apply.

Timeline: This internship takes place during every internship cycle--spring, summer, or fall. This internship can be part time or full time.

Eligible for Academic Credit: Yes! Interns may receive program or course credit for this experience if approved by their educational institution. Though NMAH does not itself award credit, the Interns and Fellows Office will help coordinate the requirements for credit with the educational institution.

Optional Enrichment Opportunities: Interns are invited to participate in optional opportunities during the internship that support professional growth and foster understanding about the museum field.

Financial Information: This opportunity does not guarantee a stipend. However, upon selection, interns will have the opportunity to apply for a stipend based on financial need; the amount of internship stipends depends on the amount of museum funds available and is at the discretion of NMAH. Internship stipends issued by the Smithsonian are not considered salary or meant as compensation, but are awarded to help defray living expenses for an intern during the term of their appointment. If an intern is awarded a stipend, stipends cannot be distributed before the start of an internship, and we typically recommend that an intern has at least enough external funding to cover the first month's expenses to accommodate the wait time required in stipend processing. To learn more, please check out our Internship FAQ page.


Digital Interactive & Activity Development Internship

Spark!Lab is a hands-on invention studio that engages visitors in the process and history of invention. As a result of the pandemic we have developed and imagined multiple digital modes of emulating Spark!Lab. We continue to deepen those modes of engagement through the use of digital assets and free public access platforms. We are seeking interns with knowledge of coding and 3D design to take part in exploring the gamification of the Spark!Lab exhibit space experience, particularly on the Roblox platform.

Goal: Overall, this internship aims to teach interns how to work effectively within the constraints of existing digital platforms to mirror the experience of a hands on museum space, practice creative use of digital interaction to encourage engagement in the history and process of invention, and grow in their skills of professional teamwork and collaboration.

Status: Virtual

Anticipated Learning Objectives: By the end of this internship, the intern will:

  • Develop a basic understanding of invention education and the Spark!Lab in person experience
  • Explore the use of historical objects and STEM concepts as inspiration for invention-based interactives
  • Meaningfully participate in development of prototype Spark!Lab experience
  • Understand the rationale and structure behind existing Spark!Lab experiences, both digital and physical

Expected Responsibilities: During the internship, the intern should expect to:

  • Investigate existing digital interactive museum experiences
  • Explore and share out potential free platforms, formats and structures
  • Collaborate with museum staff on interactive open ended digital experiences within free digital platforms

Ideal Qualifications / Prerequisites: The ideal intern applicant is/has:

  • Base to extensive knowledge of 3D design, coding and game creation
  • Familiarity with the Roblox platform
  • Prefer, but not required, knowledge of basic education theory
  • Back end interest in game creation, 3D design and or coding

Audience: This internship is specialized for individuals who already have some experience in this field. This internship is intended for 1 intern. We are seeking someone who demonstrates and interest in the following areas: Museum Education, Computer Science, Coding, Game Development, Digital Learning Through Play. Community college students, undergraduates, recent graduates, graduate students, career changers, and other professionals are encouraged to apply.

Timeline: This internship will take place during Fall 2021 and is anticipated to be 12 weeks long. This internship will be part-time (with a minimum of 16 hours per week), and the specific schedule will be discussed between the selected intern and their mentor.

Eligible for Academic Credit: Yes! Interns may receive program or course credit for this experience if approved by their educational institution. Though NMAH does not itself award credit, the Interns and Fellows Office will help coordinate the requirements for credit with the educational institution.

Optional Enrichment Opportunities: Interns are invited to participate in optional opportunities during the internship that support professional growth and foster understanding about the museum field.

Financial Information: This opportunity does not guarantee a stipend. However, upon selection, interns will have the opportunity to apply for a stipend based on financial need; the amount of internship stipends depends on the amount of museum funds available and is at the discretion of NMAH. Internship stipends issued by the Smithsonian are not considered salary or meant as compensation, but are awarded to help defray living expenses for an intern during the term of their appointment. If an intern is awarded a stipend, stipends cannot be distributed before the start of an internship, and we typically recommend that an intern has at least enough external funding to cover the first month's expenses to accommodate the wait time required in stipend processing. To learn more, please check out our Internship FAQ page.


Experience Design Internship

The Experience Design team at the National Museum of American History strives to build relationships with all our visitors and create conversations about history with as many people as possible. We envision the National Museum of American History as an inclusive and welcoming space, alive with conversation, which creates and maintains a connected community among all our visitors. Experience Developers on our team create and sustain the overall daily experience for millions of visitors to our national museum – everything from our exhibition for our youngest visitors Wonderplace, to interactive theater programs like the museum’s iconic play Join the Student Sit-Ins at the Greensboro Lunch Counter, to tours and talks, to musical performances, to customer service and much more. In addition, the team works on developing major special projects like the History Film Forum and the Time Trials brand. During this internship, interns will get an inside view into developing and managing this complex program that is at the core of what we do at the Smithsonian Institution. Interns will be mentored by Christopher Wilson, Director, Experience Design, and will require close work with other members of the Office of Audience Engagement.

Goal: Overall, this internship aims to introduce students to the development and management of a vision and strategy for audience engagement at a national museum.

Status: Virtual, in-person, or hybrid, depending on the intern's preference and our museum staffing capacity due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

Anticipated Learning Objectives: By the end of this internship, the intern will:

  • Develop an understanding of museum public engagement practices
  • Develop program planning and evaluation skills
  • Practice research and communication skills
  • Contribute ideas based on lived experience to specific Museum programs
  • Practice professional skills in a team setting

Expected Responsibilities: During the internship, the intern should expect to:

  • Actively participate in meetings
  • Meet project and program deadlines
  • Produce well written information

Ideal Qualifications / Prerequisites: The ideal intern applicant is/has:

  • In the process of obtaining an undergraduate or graduate degree in History, Museum Studies, Museum Education, Education, or another related field
  • Excellent communication and people skills
  • Self-motivated
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Ability to work both independently and in a collaborative environment
  • Open-minded in learning new topics and skills

Audience: This internship is specialized for individuals who already have some experience in this field. This internship is intended for 1 intern. Advanced undergraduates, recent graduates, graduate students, career changers, and other professionals are encouraged to apply.

Timeline: This internship will take place in Fall 2021. This internship is expected to be between 20 - 30 hours a week. The anticipated length of this internship is 10 - 12 weeks; the length can be flexible.

Eligible for Academic Credit: Yes! Interns may receive program or course credit for this experience if approved by their educational institution. Though NMAH does not itself award credit, the Interns and Fellows Office will help coordinate the requirements for credit with the educational institution.

Optional Enrichment Opportunities: Interns are invited to participate in optional opportunities during the internship that support professional growth and foster understanding about the museum field.

Financial Information: This opportunity provides a guaranteed stipend of $2,000. Additionally, upon selection, interns will have the opportunity to apply for additional funding based on financial need upon selection, interns will have the opportunity to apply for a stipend based on financial need; the amount of internship stipends depends on the amount of museum funds available and is at the discretion of NMAH. Internship stipends issued by the Smithsonian are not considered salary or meant as compensation, but are awarded to help defray living expenses for an intern during the term of their appointment. If an intern is awarded a stipend, stipends cannot be distributed before the start of an internship, and we typically recommend that an intern has at least enough external funding to cover the first month's expenses to accommodate the wait time required in stipend processing. To learn more, please check out our Internship FAQ page.


Program in Latino History and Culture Internship

During this internship, interns will learn the ins and outs of planning and developing public engagement created with and for the Latinx communities, including programming, websites, and exhibitions. Interns will be mentored by Magdalena Mieri, Director of the Program in Latino History within the Office of Audience Engagement at the National Museum of American History.

Goal: Overall, this internship aims to introduce students to the specifics of creating a culturally specific program within a mainstream museum.

Status: Virtual or hybrid depending on the intern's preference and our museum staffing capacity due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

Anticipated Learning Objectives: By the end of this internship, the intern will:

  • Develop and understanding of museum public engagement practices
  • Contribute ideas based on lived experience to specific Museum programs
  • Practice professional skills in a team setting

Expected Responsibilities: During the internship, the intern should expect to:

  • Actively participate in meetings
  • Meet project and program deadlines
  • Produce well written information

Ideal Qualifications / Prerequisites: The ideal intern applicant is/has:

  • Bilingual (English/Spanish)
  • Excellent communication and people skills
  • Self-motivated
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Working towards an undergraduate degree in history, anthropology, journalism
  • Knowledge of web platforms

Audience: This internship is specialized for individuals who already have some experience in this field. This internship is intended for 1 intern. Community college students, undergraduates, recent graduates, graduate students, career changers, and other professionals are encouraged to apply.

Timeline: This internship takes place during every internship cycle--spring, summer, or fall. This internship can be part time or full time, depending on intern’s and mentor’s schedule and needs.

Eligible for Academic Credit: Yes! Interns may receive program or course credit for this experience if approved by their educational institution. Though NMAH does not itself award credit, the Interns and Fellows Office will help coordinate the requirements for credit with the educational institution.

Optional Enrichment Opportunities: Interns are invited to participate in optional opportunities during the internship that support professional growth and foster understanding about the museum field.

Financial Information: This opportunity provides a guaranteed stipend of $2,000. Additionally, upon selection, interns will have the opportunity to apply for additional funding based on financial need upon selection, interns will have the opportunity to apply for a stipend based on financial need; the amount of internship stipends depends on the amount of museum funds available and is at the discretion of NMAH. Internship stipends issued by the Smithsonian are not considered salary or meant as compensation, but are awarded to help defray living expenses for an intern during the term of their appointment. If an intern is awarded a stipend, stipends cannot be distributed before the start of an internship, and we typically recommend that an intern has at least enough external funding to cover the first month's expenses to accommodate the wait time required in stipend processing. To learn more, please check out our Internship FAQ page.


Special Events Internship

The Office of Special Events plans and coordinates over 100 events each year including: exhibition openings, press conferences, donation ceremonies, staff receptions, donor cultivation events, and corporate dinners and receptions. Additionally, the museum is able to host social events including weddings, mitzvahs, birthdays, etc. The office is characterized by a busy but proactive environment that strives to forward the goals of the Smithsonian Institution by connecting with the community and public at large. We offer an unparalleled opportunity for students/individuals interested in event planning and coordinating to delve into the museum environment and gain hands-on skills from a highly esteemed workplace. Our interns are given a great deal of responsibility and permitted the chance to develop their writing skills, interact with museum officials, work with caterers and vendors, and staff numerous special events. As an intern, you will be exposed to the nuances of protocol and frequently accompany staff members for on-site visits with potential donors and walk-throughs with clients and vendors.

Goal: Overall, this internship aims to assist students in developing the skills necessary to plan and execute events.

Status: Virtual or hybrid depending on the intern's preference and our museum staffing capacity due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

Anticipated Learning Objectives: By the end of this internship, the intern will be able to:

  • Summarize the necessary steps to execute an event at NMAH
  • Produce documentation and memoranda for events
  • Develop problem solving and time management skills

Expected Responsibilities: During the internship, the intern should expect to:

  • Assist in the coordination and execution of receptions, dinners, conferences, donation ceremonies, and other special events at the Museum
  • Manage the museum-wide special events and conference room calendar
  • Interact and communicate with museum staff, vendors, event attendees, and members of the public

Ideal Qualifications / Prerequisites: The ideal intern applicant is/has:  

  • Junior, Senior, or Graduate Student
  • Communication skills, both oral and written
  • Availability to work events including nights and some weekends

Audience: This internship can both be generalized to provide individuals initial experience in this field and specialized for individuals who already have experience in this field. This internship is intended for 1-2 interns. Undergraduates, recent graduates, graduate students, career changers, and other professionals are encouraged to apply.

Timeline: This internship takes place during every internship cycle--spring, summer, or fall. This internship can be part time or full time. 

Eligible for Academic Credit: Yes! Interns may receive program or course credit for this experience if approved by their educational institution. Though NMAH does not itself award credit, the Interns and Fellows Office will help coordinate the requirements for credit with the educational institution.

Optional Enrichment Opportunities: Interns are invited to participate in optional opportunities during the internship that support professional growth and foster understanding about the museum field.

Financial Information: This opportunity does not guarantee a stipend. However, upon selection, interns will have the opportunity to apply for a stipend based on financial need; the amount of internship stipends depends on the amount of museum funds available and is at the discretion of NMAH. Internship stipends issued by the Smithsonian are not considered salary or meant as compensation, but are awarded to help defray living expenses for an intern during the term of their appointment. If an intern is awarded a stipend, stipends cannot be distributed before the start of an internship, and we typically recommend that an intern has at least enough external funding to cover the first month's expenses to accommodate the wait time required in stipend processing. To learn more, please check out our Internship FAQ page.


Didn’t find what you’re looking for? You can check out the General Application Pools for NMAH internships!

Additionally, if you’re interested in internship opportunities at other museums and research centers at the Smithsonian, please visit the Smithsonian’s Office of Fellowships and Internships.