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AQUATIC INVERTEBRATES INTERN. 10-12 hours a week, May-August 2013. This internship role will work with our museum staff and volunteers in the Mississippi River Gallery to maintain and enhance the museum's aquatic invertebrates education program for visitors. The intern is responsible for coordinating general program weekly operations, coordinating volunteers, supporting the Volunteer Department office, and enhancing activities volunteers use to interpret aquatic invertebrates and water quality. This intern will gain valuable skills and experience in museum programming, volunteer management, communication, operations, customer service and knowledge of environmental education. Compensation: Unpaid. If interested please submit an application, coverletter and resume to no later than May 3.
VOLUNTEER MANAGEMENT INTERN. 10-12 hours a week, May-August 2013. Support the museum Volunteer Program, which utilizes 1,500 volunteers each year who are involved in a variety of roles! Assist with general operations and have the opportunity to focus on an area of volunteer management that interests you like event planning, marketing, recruitment, recognition, business communication, or training. Through this unpaid summer position, you will gain valuable experience in a museum and non-profit setting, gain applicable business and people skills, and knowledge about informal learning practices. Compensation: Unpaid. If interested please submit an application, coverletter and resume to no later than May 3.