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Posted: January 05 2016
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The AACA Museum is a non-profit 501(c)(3) institution dedicated to the preservation of transportation vehicles via education and entertainment. The AACA Museum (Antique Automobile Club of America) has been established since 2003. More details: www.aacamuseum.org
About the Program
The AACA Museum of Hershey, PA is embarking on a unique guest curated exhibit for May 2017. This guest curated exhibit will involve a prestigious museum that doesn't normally conduct exhibitions of this manner and will serve as a template for other museums in the future.
The AACA Museum is encouraging an intern(s) to invest their skill set to help create a foundation for this exhibit that will continue to grow and expand. The chosen applicant or applicants (if more than one enthused person shows interest), will be granted the opportunity to use their research as part of an approved project, via permission, of their provost. Participant(s) will also receive a letter of reference, along with credit line within the exhibit acknowledging your participation now and as the program evolves.
This internship (via the AACA Museum) runs Tuesday through Sunday year round during museum business hours. Applicants have the ability to telecommute with this particular project as long as they meet the requirements below.
Reports to Exhibit Programs Director
Responsibilities• Researching individuals and objects for detail/historical information and relevance
• Digitization of documents
• Audio / Video retrieval
• Writing skills
• Understanding of online cloud storage
• Other duties as assigned as it relates to this particular project.
Exhibit Management will be accepting applications for student interns on an ongoing basis starting immediately. The program is an unpaid internship to serious applicants who:
* of a serious mind to intern within a fast paced museum and respect for the project subject need apply
* maintained a 2.25 GPA or higher
* will consider sophomore applications based on GPA
* access to the internet to receive project updates
* ability to web conference (Skype or Face time accepted)
Note: If you're a student who does not live within a 25 radius of the AACA Museum (Hershey, PA) a video interview will be required if you're selected as a possible candidate.
How to Apply
Applicants can apply for consideration including the following:
• Complete online form
• Cover Letter
• resume or curriculum vitae
• a short essay describing the interest, skills, and experience that the candidate could bring to the program along with what the intern hopes to take away from their experience from this particular project.
SkillsRequired - Computer Proficiency, Motivated self-starter, Highly Detailed, Organized Multi-tasker, Microsoft Office, Historical Research, Analytical Thinking, Internet Access, Mobile Technology
Preferred - American History, European History, Historical Interpretation, Content Writing, Diversity, Research Experience, Research Information