Note: The Museum will not be hiring interns for the spring. Please check back for future opportunities.
The Museum of the American Revolution offers internships for undergraduate and graduate students who are seeking job experience and continued education. Applications are welcome from applicants who:
- are currently-enrolled junior or senior level undergraduate students, graduate students, or have graduated within 2019
- have maintained at least a 3.0 grade point average.
Please note that internships are not available in every area each semester. Internship programs vary each semester on an as-needed basis. For more information on future internships, please check our website closer to the semester you wish to apply for to see which programs will be offered.
Spring 2021 Internship Semester
The Museum will not be hiring interns for the spring. Please check back for future opportunities.
Frequently Asked Questions About Internships
Only applicants who are selected for an interview will be contacted via e-mail or phone to schedule a date with one of the Museum’s Internship Coordinators. Interviews may be conducted in person for those in close proximity to the Museum or over the phone or Skype for applicants outside the Philadelphia area. We let all candidates know the final status of their applications about six weeks after the application deadline.
No. The Museum accepts both official and unofficial transcripts.
Applications must be submitted via email by the application deadline.
The Museum accepts applications from undergraduates who have completed at least their sophomore year prior to the start of the internship as well as from students currently enrolled in a graduate program. The Museum also accepts recent graduates, provided they have graduated within the same calendar year as the Internship Program. All students must maintain or have maintained a grade point average of at least a 3.0.
Depending on the department the internship is with, there are varying requirements including number of hours, specific skills, and educational qualifications such as having completed a certain number of years or credits. Please see the job description of your program of interest for more information.
Yes, interns can receive course credit so long as they make arrangements with their respective colleges and universities.
Applicants will receive confirmation of receipt via email once you have accurately submitted the online application and uploaded your material.
No. Interns are responsible for making their own housing and transportation arrangements.
Employment at the Museum is not guaranteed to interns following the completion of their internship program. Interns are welcome to apply to be considered for any available positions.