Employment at the Museum and Memorial
The National WWI Museum and Memorial is committed to an inclusive and diverse workforce. We welcome people of all backgrounds, experiences and perspectives to enhance the work that we do.
Grant and Development Manager
Specialist Curator – Women, Communities of Color, Indigenous Peoples and WWI
Links are PDF downloads. Instructions for applying for the open position are included in each PDF. Please be advised that even if an application deadline has passed, we accept and consider resumes until the position is filled.
The Museum and Memorial offers college students exciting opportunities for rewarding unpaid internships. These positions last a length of time determined in consultation with the student and/or the student’s educational institution. Internships may be conducted during the fall, spring, or summer semesters, either credited or non-credited. The number of available internships varies with the ongoing needs of the Museum and Memorial. The selection process is competitive in nature.
Internship applications should be sent to the School Programs Manager at email@example.com. Your application needs to include:
- A cover letter/letter of intent (stating the internship to which you are applying);
- Your resume; and
- Three references (including their names, contact information and their relationship to you).
Please attach all documents to your email in a single PDF file, labeled with your last name.
- Summer (to begin after June 1): April 15
- Fall (to begin after Sept. 1): July 15
- Spring (to begin after Jan.15): Jan. 8