Our Internship Program is a collaborative, project-based learning experience that brings together students and scholars from diverse backgrounds and academic specialities. Working together, Plimoth interns create fully integrated public programs, exhibits and museum projects which are implemented and assessed as part of a continued relationship with Plimoth Plantation even after their sessions have ended.
The Museum offers a unique opportunity to work alongside skilled, professional museum staff in a diverse, culture-rich environment. Attend special events, lectures with our artisans and scholars, or participate in once in a lifetime experiences such as an overnight stay in the 17th-Century English Village, Wampanoag Homesite, or Mayflower II.
Internships are available seasonally in the summer and cover numerous areas of interest such as Museum Education, Marketing & Public Relations, and Historic Clothing and Textiles. See our list of FAQs about the internship program. Postitions will be posted in early February 2016.