PMM is seeking two paid programming interns for the 2017 season. This season’s exhibit explores our evolving fisheries: Human innovation and technology have proven to be too successful for the health of our fisheries and our local ecosystem. How did the happen and what do we do now? The interns will facilitate daily programming related to marine ecology, boat design and propulsion, fishing techniques and gear, and aquaponics.
Applicants pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in education, history, marine science and other related subjects are encouraged to apply. A secondary museum or archives internship project can be arranged between staff and intern. Position begins no later than June 15 and ends no earlier than August 15, with extension of internship subject to availability of applicant. Position requires intern to work 25 hours per week (three days a week plus every other Sunday afternoon). Intern housing available as needed.
Please contact Cipperly Good at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-548-2529×212 with any questions. Submit Resume, Cover Letter and 3 References to Penobscot Marine Museum, P.O. Box 498, Searsport, ME 04974.