Congressman Earl Blumenauer’s District Office in Portland
Interns in the District Office quickly become an important part of the team. They welcome college students with a wide range of interest areas, most notably in political science, public administration, environmental studies, urban planning, social work, and the humanities.
To apply for the Winter Semester Internship, please email Mariah Wildgen at Mariah.Wildgen@mail.house.gov. with an attached cover letter and resume.
(In the body of the message they should indicate the dates they will be available, what type of schedule they would like to work, and whether they will be seeking academic credit)
The Richard Nixon Presidential Library Internship
The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, a nonpartisan federal institution operated by the National Archives and Records Administration, seeks talented and energetic undergraduate students to work as paid interns from over the summer months.
Volunteer interns in Yorba Linda contribute directly to the life of the Library by helping with conceptualizing and installing exhibits, tracking inventory of museum artifacts, and helping to process and preserve the Library’s collection of priceless Nixon papers.
If you are Interested in an internship contact:
Nixon Presidential Library and Museum
18001 Yorba Linda Blvd.
Yorba Linda, CA 92886
Interns are welcome in the Collections and Exhibits department of the Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center and Japanese-American History Museum. Scope of work may encompass a broad range of duties, including collections, research, education, or visitor relations. Interns with a specific project in mind are welcome to discuss opportunities.
The intern will gain experience in a small, community based nonprofit museum, and will receive hands on training. Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center maintains historical collections, a library, and research files that as a whole comprise the collections resources for the Center. Materials in the collections document the Japanese American and Issei experience in Oregon and the surrounding region, with an emphasis on events leading up to and during World War II.
Skills and Experience desired: Undergraduate or graduate student enrollment in history, museum studies, Japanese-American studies, or related fields. Thorough attention to detail, computer skills including typing, familiarity with database concepts, and basic knowledge of digital scanning, and keeping detailed information records is helpful.
Contact: Phone: 503-224-1458
OPB Internship Opportunities
Daniela Jimenez ’14 was an intern at OPB Music and shares her experience here:
My internship at opbmusic has me joining their team in as full of a capacity as possible, as they provide coverage of live events in Portland that may include anything from concerts to cultural events to films about music. My work includes documenting this coverage on the opbmusic.org website, as well as on their facebook and twitter feed. I work in various aspects of digital music production, specifically working to transfer the music library from cd format into a digital database that will be archived by genre, artist and number of plays. I will also be on-call as an assistant for any live video shoots of bands or other programs that OPB covers. Through my experience, I aim to learn how to create an archive using the information that I am exposed to regarding music in Portland and on the web in the form of an online portfolio/blog. The long-term goal of my internship is to provide organized information for any future historians who might wish to learn more about the changing nature of the music industry in a technological age. My archive will be made up of the blog posts, photos and videos that I produce for opbmusic.org regarding online and worldwide music news. I will also include in my archive the writing and mixed media that I produce as they relate to my own personal experience within a public broadcasting organization.