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The National Building Museum Internship Program
Internships are offered in the Summer, Fall and Spring. Although some internships may include pay, most are unpaid. Summer internships are offered in the areas of Marketing, Public Relations, Social Media, Program Development, Museum Shop Visitor Interpretation, and more.
Candidates must be professional, have a strong work ethic, and show dedication to their internship. Interested students may apply by sending a cover letter that describes the type of position they are looking for, their qualifications for the internship, a resume, two letters of reference, and a writing sample. All materials may be emailed to to firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Building Museum, located in Washington D.C., is home to displays and exhibitions pertaining to American history in architecture, engineering and design. The Museum was chartered by U.S. Congress in 1980 and is an independent non-profit organization funded by contributions from visitors, foundations, associations, corporations, and other private donors.
The location is usually in WASHINGTON D.C.