Summer 2020 internship opportunities are now open. The deadline to apply is March 2, 2020.
- Archives Intern
- Center for the Prevention of Genocide Intern (paid)
- Center for the Prevention of Genocide Policy Intern (paid)
- Center for the Prevention of Genocide Research Intern (paid)
- Collections Management Intern
- Communications Intern (paid)
- Curatorial Affairs Intern
- Education Initiatives Intern (paid)
- Film and Oral History Intern
- Film and Oral History Remote Intern
- Library Intern
- Museum Services Intern
- National Academic Programs Intern (paid)
- Survivor Affairs Intern (paid)
The Museum’s internship program enables qualified candidates to learn about the Holocaust as well as the way the Museum operates. Interns take part in hands-on projects and work directly with Holocaust scholars and Museum professionals.
The Museum offers paid and unpaid internships. Internships usually last for one semester, and flexible schedules are generally available. The Museum strives for a diverse workforce and is an equal opportunity employer. United States citizenship is not required for internships.