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Internships
available at the Liberty Aviation Museum


Description

We are a growing nonprofit aviation museum that educates and restores vintage aircraft as well as watercraft and vehicles in Port Clinton, Ohio. Our Museum is funded through museum memberships, admissions, corporate events, and private donations. All of our fundraising efforts and educational programs would provide opportunities for interns to gain real world experience promoting these events and programs. In addition, our non-profit museum offers educational tours and programs for local schools and groups desiring to learn more about aviation and military history. We need knowledgeable interns to greet visitors and act as docents for guided tours and special events. All of our internships offer hands-on learning opportunities for students to explore a museum environment while working directly with staff and volunteers on special projects, exhibitions, and daily operations. If you are passionate about history, aviation, education, marketing, or event planning and ready to take on the challenge of promoting our museum then LAM wants you to join our team.


LAM Cadet Training

Qualifications

Students must be currently enrolled as college sophomores or juniors with at least 15 hours of course work in a relevant field to which they are applying. Some internships require additional experience and/or knowledge of specific programs. Refer to the individual internships for more information. Students unable to meet the qualifications for internships may apply for special volunteer opportunities at the museum.


Availability

Part-time (20 hours /week minimum) and full-time (35 hours/week minimum) internships are currently. Exact beginning and ending dates are flexible and are based on your institutions academic calendar. The number of internships offered at LAM varies year to year.


Pay

LAM offers both paid and unpaid internships depending on the experience and qualifications of the applicant. Students with minimal experience may start off in unpaid positions and then transition into paid internship positions based on successful performance. Internships may lead to part-time or full-time positions at LAM.


Application

To apply for an internship, please submit the following:

Cover letter and resume need to be submitted as PDF files, and attached as part of the ONLINE APPLICATION FORM.

Questions can be addressed to: cmaciag@libertyaviationmuseum.org



Available Internships

Event Planning/Fundraising Internship

Responsibilities

The Event Planning Intern will be responsible for:

Requirements

Candidates must be:

APPLY ONLINE FOR EVENT PLANNING/FUNDRAISING INTERNSHIP


Marketing and Public Relations

Responsibilities

The Marketing and Public Relations Intern will be responsible for:

Requirements

Candidates must be:

APPLY ONLINE FOR MARKETING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERNSHIP


Curatorial Internship

Responsibilities

The Curatorial Intern will be responsible for:

Requirements

Candidates must be:

APPLY ONLINE FOR CURATORIAL INTERNSHIP