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Collections Internships

 

Interning with the James E. Lewis Museum of Art is an educational and fun experience. JELMA summer internships are full-time for ten weeks. All summer interns at JELMA participate in professional development opportunities and contribute to the museum in a multitude of way. Free parking is provided. Housing is not provided. Orientation for the summer internship program will be held the first Thursday in June.

These are unpaid internship opportunities.

For all candidates, please send a cover letter, resume, availability and list of three references to:

Gabriel Tenabe, Director

James E. Lewis Museum of Art

2201 Argonne Drive, Baltimore MD 21251

or to

gabriel.tenabe@morgan.edu

JELMA ARCHIVES INTERN

 

The James E. Lewis Museum of Art seeks a qualified intern to assist in the museum archives. The Archives intern will be responsible for cataloging archival documents, processing manuscript collections, and assisting with the archives inventory. Processing collections involves organizing archival collections and writing documents that help researchers locate materials within the collection. Duties may also include digitizing parts of archival collections as well as research.

 

Interested students should be working toward a degree in history, art history, material culture, museum studies, or library science. Previous museum or library experience is not required. This internship is full-time for ten weeks.

 

Please include “JELMA Archives Intern” in your subject line.

This is an unpaid internship.

JELMA ARCHIVES: SPECIAL COLLECTIONS INTERN

 

The James E. Lewis Museum of Art seeks a qualified intern to assist with the processing of a military archives collection. The Special Collections Archive Intern will be responsible for cataloging and processing archival materials related to the 2nd Ranger Infantry Company (Airborne). Processing involves organizing one or more sections of the larger military archive collection and writing documents that help researchers locate materials within the collection. Duties may also include digitizing parts of archival collections.

 

Interested students should be working toward a degree in history, art history, material culture, military studies, museum studies, or library science. Previous museum or library experience is not required. This internship is full-time for ten weeks.
 

 

JELMA COLLECTIONS INTERN

 

The James E. Lewis Museum of Art seeks a qualified intern to assist in the Collections Department to work on general collections management projects. Tasks include, but are not limited to: cataloging new donations and loans, assisting in collections inventory, object photography, data entry, and artifact handling.

 

Interested students should be working toward a degree in museum studies, archival science, history, art history, or material culture.

Please include “JELMA Collections Intern” in your subject line.

This is an unpaid internship.

 

JELMA DEVELOPMENT INTERN

 

The James E. Lewis Museum of Art seeks a qualified intern to assist in the development department. The Development Intern will be responsible for assisting with the donor database, grants management, event coordination, marketing and P/R projects, museum mailings, and other administrative tasks as needed.

Applicants should be interested in the business and administration aspects of the cultural arts.

Previous museum experience is not required.

Please include “JELMA Development Intern” in your subject line. Applications will be accepted immediately and until the internship position is filled.

This is an unpaid internship