The ONE Archives Foundation offers two ongoing internships with applications accepted on an ongoing basis. Find information on the LGBT History Project Internship and Program Office Internship below.
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LGBT History Project Internship
The ONE Archives Foundation is accepting applications for current or recently graduated college student interns to help create LGBT History panel exhibitions that will be used by non-profit organizations, corporations, universities, and high schools nationwide to teach LGBT history. The project will involve using the collections at ONE Archives at the USC Libraries to research, develop, and write content, pull images for the exhibitions, and also help design the panels.
Past panel exhibitions have included Responses to AIDS, Notable LGBT Individuals in Television, Pioneers of the LGBT Movement, and Gay Parenting, to name a few. The ideal candidate will have a knowledge of and passion for LGBTQ history and strong writing skills. Candidates must be available for at least 10 hours a week for a minimum of a 12-week period (hours are flexible and can be adjusted based on the student’s schedule).
This is a non-paid internship. The ONE Archives Foundation can provide course credit or work experience. Applicants should send a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to Jamie Scot, Project Manager at the ONE Archives Foundation: email@example.com.
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Program Office Internship
The ONE Archives Foundation is seeking current or recently graduated college student interns for the ONE Archives program office to assist with the development of several community projects, events, research projects, and general running of the organization. The internship would provide the intern with a hands-on look into what goes into running a national non-profit organization.
Interns will be asked to assist with all educational, media, community, and activist work such as FAIR Act implantation (the teaching of LGBT history in high schools), updating ONE’s Facebook and Twitter page with relevant marketing material, helping put together LGBT History presentations, assisting with press outreach and assembling marketing materials, researching components of various projects ONE is developing and/or participating in, helping to plan community events and appearances, and other general programming duties.
Candidates must be available for a minimum of 6 hours a week for a 12-week period, although 8-10 hours a week is preferred (hours are flexible and can be adjusted based on the student’s schedule). Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Jamie Scot, Project Manager at the ONE Archives Foundation: firstname.lastname@example.org.