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Intern Button ImageMuseum Studies Internships and Field Placements

At the Museum of Health Care you'll experience the complexity and diversity of duties found in a small-sized museum. Interesting projects are available in a wide range of practical tasks, including collections management, publicity, interpretation, research, educational programming, grant writing, revenue generation, and museum management. Assignments are designed to meet the needs of students who want to acquire applied training for careers in the museum or heritage sectors with a real, not simulated, work experience.

This unpaid, curriculum-based internship or field placement will give you hands-on work experience.  Applications for Museum Studies Internships are welcome throughout the year. For an intensive, fast-paced, immersive experience, forward your application with resume to: [email protected].

What will my experience at the Museum of Health Care be like?

Read about our 2011 Collections Intern, Tanya Szulga, from Fleming College Museum Management & Curatorship Program as she describes her summer internship. Tanya’s Research Project: Family Activity Packs was voted the BEST INTERNSHIP PROJECT FOR 2011 by Museum Education Monitor.

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