Minnesota Historical Society
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The Minnesota Historical Society's College Internship Program provides a unique opportunity for advanced undergraduate and graduate students to work in a cultural organization while building career credentials.
Interns contribute to MNHS’s mission—“Using the power of history to transform lives”—while pursuing projects that fit their professional and career-oriented goals. Read about the impact our interns and volunteers make in the 2020 Volunteer and Intern Annual Report.
Internships are offered three times a year: fall (September-December), spring (January-May), and summer (June-August) in alignment with academic calendars. Academic credit is available if arranged through the school. Current undergraduate and graduate students as well as recent graduates can apply up to one year after graduation.
Not a history major? We welcome you, too! Internships are available for many majors.
MNHS offers paid internships.