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Internships & Fellowships

History Colorado is committed to providing hands-on learning and career experience through our internship program. Interns have the opportunity to work closely with museum professionals on a variety of projects to gain practical training in museum work.

Internships



Currently Available Internships:

Collection Registration and Loan Internship

Collection Registration and Loan Internship
Internship Location: Hybrid remote and on location at the History Colorado Center, Denver, CO
Stipend: $500 stipend. The stipend is not salary or compensation. The stipend is meant to support study and research during the tenure of the appointment. Qualified candidates may receive academic credit through their college or university.
Apply By: 5pm Mountain Time 10/09/2022

Collection Registration and Loan Internship_Fall 2022.docx.pdf

 

Education, Outreach, and Cultural Resource Management Internship

Office of the State Archaeologist of Colorado - Education, Outreach, and Cultural Resource Management Internship
Internship Location:  Hybrid remote/on location at the History Colorado Center, Denver, CO (travel & field work likely to other locations)
Academic Credit/Stipend: If the applicant has a specific internship requirement or credit available through their institution, OSAC will provide the necessary paperwork to fulfill those requirements. When funds are available, a stipend will be provided with the amount adjusted to length of internship (range: $750 - $5000). Travel (fieldwork, site visits, attendance to events, etc.) will be arranged and paid by OSAC. The stipend is not salary or compensation. The stipend is meant to support study and research during the tenure of the appointment.
Apply by: Rolling Deadline

OSAC - Education, Outreach, and Cultural Resource Management Internship Fall 2022.pdf

 

Internship FAQs

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.

 

Fellowships


 

Digitization Diversity Fellowship

Where: Denver, CO
When: September 2022 – December 2022 (16 hours/week; Not to Exceed 256 hours)
Rate: $18/hour
Terms: Part time, no benefits or PTO
Application Deadline: September 16, 2022