More Hampton Roads Naval Museum internship information

The Hampton Roads Naval Museum Summer Education Internship is seeking inquiries regarding a full-time, twelve-week, paid internship.

Working with museum educators on all summer programs, the intern’s tasks may range from implementing daily public programs, educational tours, assisting with teacher workshops, special events, research, and writing. The intern should demonstrate an ability to present to visitors individually and as a group. Organizational skills are important. Knowledge of American and Military history preferred. Must be able to lift 50 lbs, and be able to stand for several hours at a time.

Length: 12 weeks
Dates of internship: May 26- August 17, 2008
Required commitment: 32 hours per week
Stipend: $10.00 per hour
 

Experience: History or Museum Studies undergraduates with at least incoming junior standing (or have recently graduated) or be currently registered graduate students (or have recently completed coursework.) Please note that junior standing is roughly equivalent to having completed at least one-half of an undergraduate degree.

There will be NO housing provided; intern is responsible for obtaining lodging and board.

2008 Deadline: Applications must be postmarked by February 28, 2008

To Apply for the Internship Program
Submit transcripts (can be a copy), résumé or curriculum vitae, and two letters of recommendation. All requested materials must be collected in a single envelope and mailed to the internship coordinator at the following address

Jennifer Hurst
Hampton Roads Naval Museum
One Waterside Drive Suite 248
Norfolk, VA 23510-1607

Check out the Hampton Roads Naval Museum website at www.hrnm.navy.mil For any further information, please contact Jennifer Hurst by email or phone at jennifer.hurst@navy.mil or 757-322-3168

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1 February 2008

Director of Museum and Educational Services, SS Great Britain Trust, closes February 15

Technical Officers, National Waterfront Museum, National Museum Wales, closes February 22

Tenure Track Professor, Maritime History, Department of Maritime Civilizations, University of Haifa, closes April 1

Project Archivist, The Naval History Society Collections at the New York Historical Society, full time for 9 months

Maritime Archaeology Field Technician, National Park Service, Submerged Resources Center, closes February 4

Maritime Archaeology Archives Technician, National Park Service, Submerged Resources Center, closes February 6

Museum Specialist, US Navy, Ship Models, closes February 8

Director, NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, closes March 10

NOAA Shipwreck exhibit, Feb 2-10, Silver Spring, MD

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration invites the public to get that sinking feeling at Shipwrecks!, a free exhibition about the fascinating world of shipwreck exploration and discovery. This special offering at NOAA’s Silver Spring, Md. headquarters will feature shipwreck artifacts, robot subs, talks by undersea explorers and hands-on activities for children of all ages. Visitors will also be captivated by exhibits about life aboard ship, navigation, safety at sea and more. The exhibit runs Saturday, Feb. 2 through Sunday, Feb. 10, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. daily at the NOAA Silver Spring campus, 1301 East-West Highway, Silver Spring, Md. Admission is free. Call 301-713-3066 or visit www.preserveamerica.noaa.gov.


 

Coastal and Marine archaeology placements

More on the English Heritage work placements:

Coastal and Marine Professional Work Placement

English Heritage Professional Placements in Conservation (EPPIC) – An English Heritage and IFA initiative for Historic Environment Practitioners are offering seven one-year professional work placements under the English Heritage EPPIC scheme. These placements will provide work-based learning opportunities in specialisms related to the historic environment. Placements are provided and supervised by English Heritage and administered by the IFA. The placements are designed for those with some experience of historic environment practice, but who have not yet had the opportunity to develop more specialist skills and competencies, and may contribute towards an appropriate vocational qualification.

There is one placement available in Coastal and Marine Archaeological Investigation x 1, based in Salisbury (hosted by Wessex Archaeology)

Placement holders will be paid £15,354, fixed term for 12 months. Successful candidates will be, or will be expected to become, members of an appropriate professional institute.

• Ideally, you will have a relevant degree (or equivalent experience) with 6-18 months post-graduate work experience in UK historic environment practice.
• You may have a post-graduate qualification or comparable practical experience in a heritage discipline
• You may be looking for an opportunity to diversify into a new branch of the profession or to enhance skills you have already gained.
• English Heritage and the Institute of Field Archaeologists value diversity and seek to enhance diversity within the historic environment professions

For further details about this and other placements and to download an application pack, please visit the IFA website or contact:

Natasha Kingham
Institute of Field Archaeologists
SHES
University of Reading
Whiteknights
PO Box 227
Reading RG6 6AB

Closing date: 9am on 8th February 2008
Interview dates: Between 18th February and 4th March 2008
Start date: 7th April 2008