High School Internships
“I met a lot of new and interesting people. I successfully completed a research project and comfortably presented in front of an audience. I have gotten to know and love this museum setting.” – Tyler Lee, 2012 Student Historian
College & Graduate Internships
College and graduate internships are available for the fall and spring semesters (part time) and the summer (full time). From modeling creative exhibition layouts to researching with our curators to working with our youngest visitors, all college and graduate interns experience unparalleled career development and develop fruitful professional relationships. All internships are paid, or for academic credit.
The deadline to apply is Friday, March 15, 2013.
To book a customized professional development workshop for your group, or for more information about Professional Development at the New-York Historical Society, please contact Mia Nagawiecki at email@example.com or (212) 485-9236.
Professional development workshops are available on-site at the New-York Historical Society or museum staff can come to schools. Book one of the below content-based programs for your group of teachers today! All programs can be crafted as a two-hour workshop or extended to a half- or full-day program.
To schedule training for your school or for more information, contact us at teacherPD@nyhistory.org.
Take advantage of our fantastic menu of hands-on Professional-Credit Courses. Register through the DOE's After School Professional Development Program (ASPDP). These courses are each 36 hours and you will earn three credits. Be sure to visit the ASPDP's website. They fill up quickly, so register today!
Join the New-York Historical Society for our exciting menu of teacher workshops! Expand your content knowledge and enrich your use of primary sources in the classroom through these interactive, Common Core-aligned professional development programs.
Participation in New-York Historical Society professional development is applicable towards maintaining professional certification from the New York City Department of Education.