The UWSP Museum of Natural History offers several positions to undergraduate students in a variety of academic and professional fields. Employment at the Museum is a prearranged learning opportunity under the supervision of a Museum staff member. These paid positions are only available to students with work-study. Pathways Interns do not need to have federal work-study, but must be a current UW-Stevens Point student, enrolled in at least 12 undergraduate credits with UWSP, in good academic standing, and maintain a 3.5 in-major GPA.
Positions for Fall 2021 (all positions are now closed for Fall 2021)
Public Relations and Media Assistant
Pathways Graphic Designer
Pathways Engagement Coordinator
To apply, go to https://forms.office.com/r/z6R156Tt8w. Direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the Pathways Internship Program, go to https://www.uwsp.edu/UCOL/internships/Pages/pathways-internship-program.aspx.
Testimonials from past Museum staff
What is it like to work and volunteer at the Museum?
"There is always something new: new groups for tours, new people, new questions. I really like seeing the visitors' reactions to the exhibits. The kids get so excited to see and learn about all of the animals. I also get to work with an awesome and supportive staff. It truly is a hidden gem in the library." -Brianna
"I've worked a lot of jobs on campus, but working at the Museum has been my favorite. You work in a relaxed setting with great people, you are able to do homework while you are working, and it doesn't feel like a job. I also got to gain extra experience with the Director by working on fossil restoration, exhibit repairs, taxidermy repairs, archaeological site testing, and rewiring the T. rex skull. This job is great for people that are passionate about nature and natural history." -Conner