Museum Education & Public Programs Internship

The Museum Education & Public Programs Internship provides participants hands-on experience planning, developing and implementing educational programs for children, teenagers, adults and families. These programs involve indoor and outdoor programming at the museum’s main campus, on Mayflower II, at the Plimoth Grist Mill and in downtown Plymouth. All interns will engage directly with the children enrolled in five sessions of our Weeklong Summer Adventure Program. For full job description, please visit
Interest in teaching and education in formal and informal settings; knowledge of education, early American history, 17th-century history, Native culture, anthropology, archaeology, museum education or museum operations; ability and willingness to lead group programs and manage groups of children; excellent interpersonal skills; willingness to learn collaboratively as part of a team; physical ability to perform some light lifting, to lead active programs (such as 17th-Century Games or Colonial Dance) and to work outdoors.
How To Apply:
To apply for this internship opportunity in our unique and exciting environment, please submit your cover letter, resume and intern application and letter of recommendation by email to Please include the position title in the email subject line. For more information, please visit

Apply by:
March 31, 2016