The UW-Stevens Point Museum of Natural History offers several internships to undergraduate and graduate students in a variety of academic and professional fields. An internship at the Museum is a prearranged learning opportunity under the supervision of a Museum staff member or curator. Internships are unpaid, designed for academic credit, and are to provide real-world experience for participants. Succesful completion of an internship may also yield letters of recommendation, work for their portfolio, and important networking contacts.
Who is eligible?
Applicants must be a sophomore, junior, or senior level undergraduate or a graduate student in good academic standing with relevant experience. Applicants must follow all guidelines set by their specific department to get internship credits. Previous involvement with the Museum is a plus.
Public Relations and Social Media Internship Description
To apply, send your resume and your portfolio, if needed for the internship, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application Deadlines: Deadlines are department-specific. We will interview candidates as applications arrive and hire interns until all positions are filled.
Create your own Museum of Natural History Internship:
Interested in interning at the Museum, but you don't fit in with any of our current internships? Have a skill set you want to bring to the Museum? Additional opportunities may be available to you. Contact us at email@example.com to discuss other internship possibilities.