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From: Ernest Everett Blevins <>
Subject: [SUVCW] Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum Internships
Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2009 23:38:43 -0400
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum - Various, Seasonal
Interns (Springfield,Illinois, U.S.)
The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum (ALPLM) is
committed to providing challenging opportunities and career-enhancing
experiences to college and graduate students. Whether working directly
with the public or in administrative departments, interns contribute
to the museum and library's mission. They work as part of a skilled
team, assisting on significant projects as well as day-to-day
The intern program operates through the ALPLM Education Department.
Internships are available within a variety of departments in both the
Library and Museum. An internship with the ALPLM benefits students by
providing professional experience and an overview of the museum and
library fields. Interns have the opportunity to gain useful skills,
and the chance to build a strong professional network. References
gained through work as an intern can be helpful in securing future
employment and admission to further programs of study.
Eligibility: The ALPLM internship program is open to qualified college
students, recent graduates or graduate students. Interns from all
majors and interests are encouraged to apply.
Remuneration: ALPLM internships are unpaid. However, certain
grant-funded projects may include stipends for interns.
Academic Credit: The ALPLM encourages interns to seek academic credit
for their internship and will assist in any way to help the intern
receive it. Contact your advisor or department chair to inquire about
your school's requirements.
Duration: Internships usually take place throughout the typical
academic spring, summer or fall semester.
Spring (January-May) November 1
Summer (May-August) March 1
Fall (September-December) July 1
Mail or email to:
Adult Education Coordinator
212 North Sixth Street
Springfield, IL 62701
For more information visit: http://www.alplm.org/education/interns.html
Ernest Everett Blevins, MFA • Blevins Historical Research
110 Evergreen Way • Villa Rica, Georgia 30180
Historic Preservation Consultant -- Historical and Architectural Research --
Genealogical (Family) Research -- Preservation Planning and Documentation --
Member: American Planning Association, New England Historic Genealogical
Society, Sons of the American Revolution, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Sons
of Union Veterans, and member of numerous other lineage and heritage
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