Internships: Explore Your Future in History
You want to learn about a career devoted to promoting history’s relevance – one that shows history is a vital life skills tool; one that engages in historical preservation and scholarship.
You’ve come to the right place.
A Kentucky Historical Society internship gives you hands-on experience in a variety of areas to help you build your future. At the same time, KHS interns play important roles in helping us to fulfill our mission to help prepare people for the future through history. Internships are available for undergraduate and graduate students. While they are designed to help meet specific institutional needs, we often can tailor individual projects to your skills, interests and academic requirements.
Oral History Intern
Fall 2017: 280 hours, 14 weeks
Application Deadline: Aug. 15, 2017
The oral history intern will collect interviews for Kentucky 225 Oral History Collection and ready them for archival storage and public use by preparing, processing and cataloging the collection and uploading content to each finding aid.
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KHS is a state agency and membership organization that is fully accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.