Stipend to be paid upon completion of the internship.
2 openings available.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Mayo Clinic’s Historical Unit and Archives Internship program provides both undergraduate and graduate students opportunities to spend time at a world-renowned health care organization to perform historical research and archival tasks in preparation for future professional positions. This paid internship aims to provide students with hands-on, practical experience to enhance students' classroom knowledge. As an experiential immersive program, interns will develop and hone their practical skills through a broad range of opportunities, including:
Exposure to an official repository for historically valuable materials documenting the culture and development of Mayo Clinic in Florida through project-based work
Directly contribute to organizational projects under executive mentorship
Participate in strategic and operational priority initiatives
Explore career and professional development opportunities
Participate in lecture series which consists of a series of round-table discussions with senior leadership throughout the organization
To apply for this program, students must be enrolled in a bachelor's or master’s degree program preferably majoring in one of the following curricula: history, library and information science, archival studies, museum studies, or digital archives.
The internship must be required by your institution for degree credit. You must successfully complete the required pre-professional and professional college coursework at your college or university before you are eligible to complete the internship.
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