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The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor is offering an internship to a current student or recent graduate seeking to gain experience in museum exhibition development and installation. The Exhibition Development Intern will contribute to the development of the special exhibition entitled “Beyond Rosie and Rivets: Industrial Women in the D&L Corridor”.
Scheduled to open in April 2022 at the National Canal Museum, it will delve into the untold stories of the women who worked in some of our region’s iconic industries, such as steel and silk production, and explore issues of gender discrimination and the evolution of women in the American workforce. The Intern will assist the Historian & Archives Coordinator with writing artifact labels, designing interpretive panels, artifact preparation, and exhibition installation.
You can read the full internship description here.
The internship will involve on-site work with some remote working opportunities. Applicants with graphic design skills are preferred.
Applicants will get a stipend of $1,000 for eight weeks.