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Woodville Plantation is a c.1775 plantation home built and owned by John Neville,
Neville was a Federal Tax Collector during the Whiskey Rebellion. The home
served as a fully functioning plantation during the occupation of the Nevilles. The
home was sold to the Cowan family in 1815, who made most of the changes to the
home. It passed, through marriage, to the Wrenshall then Faucet families. In 1975
the home came into the possession of the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks
Foundation and the Neville House Associates Inc. was formed to manage the day
to day operation of the house. The Neville House Associates, Inc. took over
ownership of the home in 2007. The home operates as a historic house museum
interpreting the history of the Whiskey Rebellion and early American life in
Woodville Plantation is seeking a Digital Media intern to rebuild our website and
assess our digital presence. The ideal candidate would have the ability to design a
new website using WordPress for the plantation as well as Wayne’s Legion, the
reenactment group associated with the site.
Please submit a letter of interest which includes any relevant experience to
firstname.lastname@example.org Be advised that we will be requesting a portfolio
to review if you are selected to move forward with the process.
The National Aviary is looking for a Junior or Senior Communication major to serve as a marketing and communication intern. This unpaid internship would give you the opportunity to work in a variety of offices at the National Aviary, including event planning, marketing, customer/guest services, and communications.
The National Aviary takes interns in the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters.
For more information, please see http://www.aviary.org/Internships?utm_source=hootsuite
The Senator John Heinz History Center is currently seeking creative, motivated and outgoing applicants for its summer 2015 internship in the museum’s Communications Department.
Qualified applicants should be in their sophomore, junior or senior years and pursuing a degree in communications, marketing, public relations, or a related field. Specific interest in history and prior internship experience is a plus.
Description of duties
Interns will be exposed to a variety of marketing communications experiences in a diverse, upbeat museum atmosphere.
Interns will work directly with the Communications Department to assist with various duties, including but not limited to media list development; media relations, professional writing, brochure design and development, event planning, media monitoring and clipping, website management, and proactive idea development.
The interns will work closely to promote existing exhibits inside the History Center, Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum, Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village, and the Fort Pitt Museum through a variety of public relations, advertising and marketing tactics.
Interns will be expected to work a minimum of 20-25 hours per week.
The internship is unpaid and for credit only.
Interested applicants should send a resume, cover letter, and two writing samples to:
Senior Communications Manager
Senator John Heinz History Center
1212 Smallman Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
**Deadline to apply for the Summer 2015 is Friday, March 6, 2015 (If you are seeing this past 2015, check for the new deadline)
The Mattress Factory is an organization that is built upon the dedication and support of volunteers and interns. There are a variety of ways to get involved and support the Museum’s operations, programs, outreach and events. Experience what happens behind-the-scenes at this unique art museum and residency program. Internships are offered during spring, fall and summer terms.
Scheduling for internships is flexible and training is provided. All positions are part-time and unpaid. Internships are generally 10-12 weeks in length and 10-12 hours per week.
Full-time internships are arranged on a case-by-case basis.
Internships: A small number of unpaid internships are also available at Carnegie Museum of Natural History and Powdermill Nature Reserve. Internships are highly competitive and placement may take up to 12 months, so apply as early as possible. We will make every effort to match potential interns with the limited internships available. Application deadlines for internships are: Summer – April 17th of that year, Fall – July 17th of that year and Spring – November 17th of that year. There are two ways to submit your application. Click here to “download” a printable intern application to fill out and send to: Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, Volunteer Office, 4400 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 or contact the volunteer office at: email@example.com 412.622.3359
Volunteer and intern benefits: All volunteers enjoy free admission to all four museums; a subscription to Carnegie magazine; discounts on parking, classes, food services and gift shops; networking, recognition, enrichment and social opportunities; education sessions and training; the opportunity to share skills and gain new ones while finding new friends and peers with the similar interests.
Questions? Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 412.622.3359
Children’s Museum provides a variety of unpaid internships throughout the year for academic credit and practical experience for students in the fields of education, museum experiences, marketing, development and business.
Opportunity as of August 10, 2012
Children’s Museum, a dynamic, nonprofit dedicated to making the region a healthy place for families, seeks an intern with a desire to learn about nonprofit management and administration, with an emphasis on donor acquisition/stewardship and special events.
Excellent communication and organization skills; proficient with Word; detail oriented.
Must have at least 5-10 hours per week to devote to the Museum
Be willing to accept a non-paid internship
Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate school in a related field
Assist with record keeping
Scan and digitize Museum press coverage and advertisements
Categorize scanned articles and advertisements in a simple and orderly manner
Assist with general Marketing duties as needed
Internship Skills & Knowledge Attained
The individual will assist the Museum in taking past and current press coverage from paper records to digital files. This extensive project will greatly improve the Museum’s record keeping and will be an excellent experience to add to a résumé.
To learn more:
Send resume and cover letter to: email@example.com