Summer Internship, Noyes House Museum (Morrisville, VT)
Contributed By: Noyes House Museum
Email The Author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Internships at the Noyes House Museum allow flexibility to suit student interests.
Projects and areas for study include:
- Historical research - using primary documents, objects and photographs
- Archaeological research - excavations on site occurring June 22-Aug 7
- Collections management - accessioning, cataloging, cleaning and object storage
- Visitor experience - guiding tours, editing script and developing exhibits
- Marketing - website development, press releases and event promotion
- Program management - annual Open House with the Morrisville Military Band and Saturday family workshops
- Strategic planning - implementing policies and procedures into everyday practice
- Building and grounds maintenance - building improvements
- At the beginning of your internship, you and the instructor will identify your areas of focus for the duration of the internship. Graduate and undergraduate credits available through the University of Vermont's History Department.
How to apply For information and to apply, please contact: Scott A. McLaughlin at email@example.com.
The Noyes House Museum, Morrisville, Vermont Built in 1820, the Noyes House Museum is a two-story federal-style brick mansion built by the Safford family, and was the first location to be settled in the village of Morrisville. The seventeen-room mansion includes a post-and-beam carriage barn, photographs, furnishings, toys, household and farm tools, quilts, costumes, military artifacts, pottery, and other artifacts related to industry, home life, and leisure activities in the 19th and 20th centuries. The collections include local and regional research archives and an extensive photograph collection available for public viewing.
Keywords: The Noyes House Museum, Morrisville, Vermont, employment, jobs, internships, summer jobs, historic preservation, museum jobs
Posted: March 23, 2009
Unless noted, the thoughts and opinions expressed in the article are solely that of the
author and not necessarily the opinion of the editors of PreservationDirectory.com.