Public History Internship
If you love history, education, and national parks, you will love this opportunity! Learn about public history interpretation first hand in a beautiful park that commemorates the opening of the American Revolution. Interns will research, develop, and present interpretive programs and participate in living history demonstrations for the public. This internship provides a great opportunity to gain experience with the National Park Service and to work at an iconic park with high visitation.
Public History Interpreter:
This 11 week position (mid-May through mid-August) will be offered by the National Park Service Cultural Diversity Internship Program through the American Conservation Experience (ACE). You can find some information about the position and apply: https://usaconservation.
An additional position is also available. https://usaconservation.
Selections will be announced by April 10th.
Living History Interpreter: The 10-11 week position (mid-May through mid-August) is offered by the National Park Service through the Greening Youth Foundation and the Historically Black College program. Apply at the following link: http://serve.gyfoundation.org/public-history-intern/
Deadline for applications is February 10, 2019
Other unpaid opportunities for students may also be available. The Volunteer Coordinator or the Chief of Interpretation and Education at the park can work with a candidate to develop an internship program to meets your course requirements. A firm time commitment is required, but the number of hours and schedule worked can be flexible. To apply for a customized internship, submit a volunteer application, a resume, and a letter describing your request and the requirements of your course of study or program. Applications must be received by March 29, 2019. Selections will be announced after April 10, 2019.
Resource Management and GIS Internships
Minute Man NHP Summer Resource and Cultural Stewards, Application deadline March 31, open until filled 2019, e-mail us
Guest Scientist through the Geoscientist in the Parks program, 20 weeks, applications have closed for 2019.
GIS Biodiversity Intern - APPLICATIONS HAVE CLOSED for 2019
National Park Service Mosaic In Science Direct Hire Authority (DHA) position, 12 weeks, application deadline is February 10th. Applications are through the following link: https://www.mosaicsinscience.org/job/education-technician-education/
GIS Assistant Intern - APPLICATIONS HAVE CLOSED for 2019
Latino Heritage Program Direct Hire Authority (DHA) position, 11 weeks, application deadline is February 10th, 2019. Applications are through the following link:
Resource Management Assistant, Latino Heritage Intern Program, Application deadline Feb 10, 2019, https://manoproject.org/
Biodiversity GIS Assistant, Mosaic In Science, Application deadline Feb 10, 2019, https://www.
GIS Guest Scientist, Geologic Resources Division, Application deadline Feb 3, 2019, http://www.geosociety.
History Internship Living History Players!
Take on the role of one of the teenagers or young adults who lived at The Wayside by conducting research, writing, and performing the character.
Apply now to: Bring the past to life! 1775 - 1905 Take on the role of one of the teenagers or young adults who lived at The Wayside. Research, write, and perform living history programs! Work in a National Park! Earn your service learning hours. Gain experience for your college resume. Have fun!
Community Volunteer Ambassador
Spend a year at Minute Man National Historical Park as you help us grow our volunteer program! Filled for 2019.
Minute Man NHP is filled with historical and natural significance. The park preserves the site of the first battle of the American Revolution, the Battle of Lexington and Concord. It also is a place of recreation and biodiversity, with trails, waterways, and wetlands. The park relies on a wide variety volunteers to maintain this important resource.
Gain professional experience as you:
Learn the skills of a park ranger as you:
Go to and find Minute Man NHP in the Massachusetts section. Click ‘Apply Now’ and follow the steps to complete the application.
Last updated: March 19, 2019