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Department of State

New Jersey State Museum

The Hon. Tahesha Way, Secretary of State

New Jersey State Museum Update

Due to the current public health emergency, the New Jersey State Museum is closed to the public until further notice. Previously scheduled special events will be rescheduled if possible.

For any specific inquiries, please visit nj.gov/health or call the 24-hour hotline at 1-800-222-1222.

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About The Museum

Internships at the New Jersey State Museum

Further your education, career, and interests by interning at the New Jersey State Museum!

The State Museum has numerous opportunities for students who want to learn more about their fields of study, gain valuable experience, or to broaden their interests.

Multiple intern opportunities exist throughout the Museum (Archaeology/Ethnography, Cultural History, Education/Planetarium, Fine Art, Natural History, Marketing and Public Relations, and Rentals).

Duties may include working in a bureau’s office, laboratory, collections management, library, or helping with research, exhibitions, education and field work, developing social media.

Recent interns have aided in the cataloging of fossil specimens, served as docents in the Museum’s exhibitions, aided in the preparations for a major exhibition, and helped to develop educational programs, services and curricula. Interns have also worked on projects that were published in scientific journals. Project ideas initiated by the interns will be considered.

Interns work under the supervision of the professional staff. Contact between the student, the academic advisor, and the Museum staff is encouraged.

An interview with the appropriate staff member and approval by the Bureau’s Curator is required.

Interns should be able to work with a high degree of independence, self-motivation, and accuracy. Please note: the NJSM cannot offer paid internships at this time, however, we will work with your educational institution to assist you in gaining credit (where possible) for the internship.

If you are interested in interning at the New Jersey State Museum, or if you would like more information, please contact one of the curators below:

Archaeology and Ethnography
Gregory Lattanzi, Curator
609-984-9327
Gregory.lattanzi@sos.nj.gov
Archaeology & Ethnography Internship Application
Fine Art
Jenny Martin-Wicoff, Registrar
609-292-1886
jenny.martin@sos.nj.gov
Cultural History
Nicholas Ciotola, Curator
609-826-3935
Nicholas.Ciotola@sos.nj.gov
Education/Planetarium
Beth Cooper, Curator
609-984-2586
Beth.Cooper@sos.nj.gov
Natural History
David Parris, Curator
609-984-3846
David.Parris@sos.nj.gov
 

 

 

 


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