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The Hispanic Heritage Center of Texas
110 Broadway, Suite 140
San Antonio, TX
Posted: May 12 2015
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DescriptionThe Hispanic Heritage Center of Texas is a 501(c)(3) non-profit institution headquartered in San Antonio, Texas within walking distance from Mission San Antonio de Valero or otherwise known as the Alamo. Our goal is preserve and promote the culture and heritage of the history of Texas spanning from Spanish rule until the late 19th century.
In the Fall of 2015, The Center opened the doors to the public. The Hispanic Heritage Center of Texas internship program allows a diverse group of people with innumerable interests, strengths, and goals to encounter an educational environment where they can work with and learn from professionals, historians, archivists, and scholars in related areas of concentration.
The Center offers interns of different backgrounds incredible opportunities in a variety of fields, from public relations to exhibition research to project design. Learning from knowledgeable mentors and surrounded by an atmosphere rich in history, interns are exposed to a learning experience that is both fun and educational.
Currently The Center has several intern positions open for multiple interests. The organization continually accepts internship applications year round.
ResponsibilitiesThe candidates will work directly with the Center's leadership and staff. This candidate will participate in a variety of activities including educational workshops, historical research, public programs, collections management, and exhibition design. The program offers the chance to work behind the scenes and experience museum work firsthand.
-Pursuing a Bachelor’s or Masters Degree: History, Political Science, English, Spanish, Leadership Studies, Sociology, Business, Mexican-American Studies, Mass Communication, Theology, Organizational Leadership and Development, Urban Studies, Education, Business, Museum Studies, Women's Studies.
SkillsRequired - Interpersonal Communication, Collaborative Problem Solving, Time Management, Teamwork, Microsoft Applications, Creativity Skills, Exceptional organization
Preferred - Bilingual Communications