The University of Oklahoma History Department announces summer and fall internships at the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, the Oklahoma Historical Society, and the Office of the Governor.
These internships provide opportunities to work with historical preservation and interpretation in the digital age, and hands-on work with the archives and collections of documents, artifacts, and photographs. These also provide meanginful service to the local community, and result in a research paper about the experience.
For information about the Governor's office internships, contact Rebecca Hobbes at <Rebecca.Hobbes@gov.ok.gov>
For information on the Oklahoma Historical Society internship and how to apply, click here (the link also appears below).
For information on the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, click here (the link also appears below.
Applications require an official application form. To request the form, or for more information about the internships, please contact Prof. Ben Keppel (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Posted on Fri, February 3, 2017
by Lee Green-Hall