Internship Description: In this internship the student will gain hands on museum and non-profit experience. This internship will help prepare students for a professional work environment, including observation of and preparation for board meetings, workshops, and events. Enjoy the ability to explore the artifact and informational library that the Museum houses, and to oversee a personalized project in your area of interest. Learn what goes into running the day to day of a museum that engages with 20,000 community members a year – first hand. Special Projects May include: Further developing website’s Educational Resource link relevant to particular area of interest Develop educational resources on modern-day mass atrocities, genocide awareness, and other relevant information Catalogue of film and media library Catalogue historical documents and artifacts Researching preservation of historical documents and artifacts Create educational power points/flyers/handouts pertaining to areas of research relevant to the Museum Supervision: The Intern reports to the Education Director. Education Director: Juana Rubalcava, [email protected], 210-302-6812 Desired Skills and Knowledge: Excellent oral and written communication skills Skilled use of technology and technology trends, particularly social media Ability to appreciate the sensitivity of the Museum’s subject matter and the important role of the survivor community Knowledge of and eagerness to advocate for ongoing education about the Holocaust and other human rights issues locally and globally Ability to work in a fast paced and self motivating environment.