DescriptionThe goal of the Minnesota Military Museum is to collect, preserve, and make accessible the records of the Minnesota National Guard and the personal records Minnesota veterans from the Civil War to the current war on Terror.
This internship will be approximately 160 hours between June 6, and August 26, 2016. Hours and work schedule will be between 8:30 – 5:00 PM Monday – Friday and arranged with the intern. A stipend of $1000 associated with this position will be paid following the conclusion of the internship. Lodging may be available.
Under the supervision of the museum’s archivist, the intern will gain hands on experience processing archival collections. This will include arrangement and description, rehousing of materials, performing basic preservation tasks, conduct additional research as needed for the collection, create finding aids, and any other tasks as specified by the museum’s archivist or director.
– Knowledge of archival principles, theories, and best practices
– Attention to detail and excellent organizational skills
– Currently enrolled or recent a graduate of a graduate level program with a concentration in archives
How to apply
Published: Thursday, April 7, 2016 04:59 UTC
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