Applications are closed for the Fall 2023 Semester and will open again before the Spring 2023 Semester. Thank you to everyone who applied!
Check back for updates later in the fall semester.
Philadelphia Magic Gardens
Intern is responsible for providing interpretation for various audiences through gallery talks and informal conversation with visitors. They also assist with public programming, hands-on activities, and outreach at PMG and in the community.
Keywords: Visual Arts, Community, Urban, Philadelphia
Intern provides art projects with instructions that would be auctioned off at the Gala in December to fund The Rutgers University Alfredo Santiago and Gloria Bonilla Santiago Endowed Scholarship. In the past artwork has been portraits of famous humanitarians, actors, singers, or self-portraits. There has been pottery, 3D masks, and other paintings that were created by students in grades 6-12th grades.
Keywords: Visual Arts, Working with middle-school children, Instruction, Urban, Camden
The ideal intern for PA Humanities is a humanities-loving self-starter who can work both independently and as a team with strong communication skills, both written and oral. Familiarity with social media, Excel, photo/video editing, WordPress, etc. is also a big plus.
Keywords: Humanities, Social Media, Pennsylvania, Foundation work, Communications
Camden County Historical Society
Intern will support the process of improving existing, or creating new, exhibits to improve the way local history is told. This is done through a variety of projects that student interns can work on to help improve diversity, equity, and inclusion across our site in-person, online, or through community outreach.
Keywords: Humanities, History, Camden County, Preservation, Community Outreach
The Colored Girls Museum
The ideal intern for The Colored Girls Museum is interested in working with a community focused arts museum committed to sharing, amplifying, and celebrating those often-overlooked – ordinary Black women and girls. An intern would assist with TCGM curatorial, exhibition, programming and provide ideas to engage museums audiences.
Keywords: Museum, Social Media, Black Studies, Girlhood Studies
Center for Aquatic Sciences
This internship will contribute to the revision and creation of public and internal written promotional materials to reflect the diversity of the Audiences the Center serves and effectively communicate the integral DEIJ commitment embedded in our mission. The Center for Aquatic Sciences provides unique learning experiences that empower youth to lead the way in understanding, appreciating, and protecting the environment.
Keywords: Environmental Justice, Communications, Aquatic Sciences, Social Media
Interns are needed to help run and support Watershed Education Programs for youth and free Environmental Education and Adventure programs for families. Discovery Pathways is a non-profit community run charity based in South Philadelphia. Programs include free family fishing, community boating, birding, nature walks, and more. Some remote work is needed in website updates and designs, flyer and sign design, spreadsheets, data tracking, and more.
Keywords: Environmental Education, Research, Web and Media Design, Youth Programs
Alice Paul Institute
Under the supervision of the marketing & communications director, the marketing & public relations interns at the Alice Paul Institute have many opportunities to build and refine their skills as communications professionals. API works with each intern to assess their individual strengths and craft a plan to develop skills that align with their professional goals.
Keywords: Marketing, Public Relations, Civic Engagement, Communications
West Philadelphia Cultural Alliance / Paul Robeson House Museum
Internship provides an excellent opportunity for students to develop skills and exercise leadership critical to their academic career and to explore areas such as museum/historic site management; curatorial practice; research and writing for popular and professional audiences; and community engagement.
Keywords: Community Engagement, Historic Site Management, Leadership, Museum
The Stories Invincible intern is presented with the opportunity to get involved with the Rutgers Camden campus and surrounding neighborhoods, and see a new news cycle unfold in real-time. As they shadow the coordination of the Stories Invincible fellows and their respective projects, the intern will also be guided through creating a restorative narrative of their own – one that draws upon the experiences of being a Rutgers Camden student and reflective journalism.
Keywords: Journalism, Community Uplift, Camden, Storytelling