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Education Internship

Education Intern Spring 2023

Capital Jewish Museum is hosting two education interns in spring 2023. The interns will work under the supervision of the museum educators and in collaboration with the rest of the staff as part of the core team building a new museum. Education interns assist with daily tasks that pertain to the museum’s opening and ongoing public programs and create resources and materials for adult or family audiences. They will be trained as a tour guide, assist with volunteer, and staff training and help prepare the community action lab for the spring opening. These positions have a flexible schedule, but the intern must commit 20 – 24 hours per week.

Youth and Family Programs Internship Develop individual programs for the community action lab for families, youths and schools that are part of our core offerings. These programs may be part of a maker morning, field trip, story time or drop-in lab time. During these programs visitors will actively test tools as changemakers as they consider how to engage in their communities and leave feeling empowered with tangible next steps.

Adult Programs Internship Develop core programs for the community action lab for adults that incorporate social action and civic engagement opportunities, provide educational resources, and action steps for ongoing involvement. Identify direct service or mission-similar partners to enhance programmatic initiatives. These programs may be part of after-hours events, themed series, or interactive workshops.

Internship will be for the spring semester, January – May 2023. This is a hybrid virtual and in person internship requiring 20 – 24 hours per week.

The stipend for this internship is $1500. College/University credit is also possible; interns will coordinate that with their departments.

• Currently enrolled in or recently graduated from an education, public history, museum studies, museum education, Jewish studies program, or a related field
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Motivation and ability to work independently as part of a small but highly collaborative team in a fast-paced environment
• Experience having worked with kids and families in an informal education setting
• Familiar with DC history and the cultural landscape

Stephany Fry, Museum Educator
Lisa Del Sesto, Museum Educator

To apply please submit a resumé́ and cover letter to with the name of the internship (Family or Adult Programs) in the subject line. In your cover letter please specify which internship role you are most interested in filling and how your skills best align with the description. The deadline to apply is Sunday, November 27.