Currently Available Internships:
Marshall Fogel Internship for the General Rose Monument (Military History)
Internship Location: Hybrid remote/on location at the History Colorado Center, Denver, CO
Apply By: 5pm Mountain Time 5/30/2022
Desired Schedule: 250 hours to be completed over the summer and/or fall
Intern will receive a stipend of $5000. The stipend is not salary or compensation. The stipend is meant to support study and research during the tenure of the appointment and will be issued upon completion of the internship. Qualified candidates may receive academic credit through their college or university.Marshall Fogel Internship for the General Rose Monument (Military History Internship)_summer 2022_0.pdf
- Where can you intern?
Interns are assigned to museum departments based on the department's need and the educational background, experience, and interests of the intern.
- Who can apply?
History Colorado welcomes candidates that are high school, college level students, recent graduates, graduate students, postgraduates, and professionals. Please check the application instructions for eligibility for each specific internship as they do vary.
- Benefits for History Colorado interns
All interns are recognized at an annual party for hours contributed during the previous year.
Interns receive a 10% discount in the Museum Store while wearing their badge.
Interns who volunteer 25 hours are eligible for a History Colorado Membership with a 20% discount.
Interns receive reduced parking rates at the Cultural Center Parking Garage while volunteering.
- Additional Questions?
Please e-mail us if you have additional questions.
2022 Center for Colorado Women's History Fellowship
We are seeking three recipients for its Center for Colorado Women’s History Fellowship. We invite scholars, activists, artists, musicians and writers who are engaged in the expansion and expression of knowledge to help inform the understanding of women in Colorado’s history, specifically through the interdisciplinary lens and methodologies of women’s studies, gender studies, and/or race and ethnic studies. Fellows will have workspace at the Center for Colorado Women’s History, the opportunity to consult with the advisory committee of the museum and receive a stipend.
Sun Valley Neighborhood Memory Project Fellowship
History Colorado is seeking applications for a community fellow to join the Sun Valley Neighborhood Memory Project, part of the Museum of Memory Program. Museum of Memory's goal is to collaborate with Colorado's communities to co-author their shared stories and explore their past on their own terms, from their own perspectives, and in their own voices through the telling of the community's stories. The goal of the Sun Valley Neighborhood Memory Project is to engage with new and older residents of Sun Valley to tell and share stories about the neighborhood, collect and preserve their stories and share these through a community event, exhibit or community art. This project is in partnership with the Sun Valley Kitchen and Community Center.
We invite students, community organizers, community storytellers and community members engaged in the history of Sun Valley to collaborate with History Colorado and the Sun Valley Kitchen in the implementation of this meaningful work. The fellowship period is from May 2022-August 2024.