Words From Fellow Students
“The audio-guides were very useful and helped explain a lot of content in the museum. It was very informative. Also, the concentration camp screens taught me a lot of new things.”
“This is a great place for projects or any homework about the Holocaust. There is plenty of information given and it is great for people who do not have internet access.”VISIT TODAY!
The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust offers a range of different opportunities for students who would like to get involved.
The Museum offers internships to high school and college students. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the Holocaust, gain experience in the museum field and earn school credits. We are proud to offer two paid, full-time summer internships for qualified undergraduate students between the months of June and August. Learn more about the Getty Multicultural Internship Opportunity for Undergraduates.
The Bar/Bat Mitzvah Project is an opportunity for students and their families to dedicate their event to a child who perished in the Holocaust, as well as raise money to help LAMOTH continue providing FREE Holocaust education to future genterations.
- Performs visitor service duties;
- Supports staff in Museum events & fundraisers;
- Develops advertising materials;
- Helps with office duties including membership mailings & data entry.
Social Media & PR Marketing Intern
- Assists with social media projects; including updates on the Museum’s Facebook, Twitter, & Youtube accounts;
- Finds ways to expand social media presence;
- Organizes marketing projects in order to raise Museum attendance , exhibits, & special programs;
- Plans & implements outreach programs in conjunction with other community & cultural organizations;
- Manages website calendar;
- Creates & maintains community outreach lists;
- Supports market research;
- Works with departments to provide administrative support when needed;
- Handles various projects as assigned.
Research and Curatorial Intern
The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust is looking for a qualified and committed intern to assist with organizing, describing, and designing historical images, documents, and objects throughout the museum. The Research and Curatorial Intern will work closely with the Archivist/Historian and the Content Design Researcher.
Qualifications: Interested interns should have or be working toward a degree in history, languages (particularly German, Yiddish), or museum studies. A basic understanding of Holocaust History and Jewish History is preferred. Applicants with a strong research background and organizational skills are highly encouraged to apply. Applicants with an aesthetic eye and proficient with Photoshop is a strong plus.
Commitment: Minimum two days per week.
The Education intern will work closely with the Education staff. The Education intern will lead Museum public tours; create material for school programs and perform day-to-day tasks including visitor services support.
- Lead weekly public tours;
- Assists with creating new educational resources for Museum website;
- Develop educational activities or materials;
- Assists with outreach efforts and visitor research;
- Perform visitor services duties at Reception front desk, which includes greeting visitors, answering phones, assisting our public speakers while on site;
The Education Internship is designed for college level sophomores, juniors or seniors who are preparing for a career in History, Education, Museum Studies, Art Education, Arts Administration or related fields. Basic digital media and computer skills preferred.
For more information, please contact the Education Director, Ilaria Benzoni-Clark, at (323)651-9925 or firstname.lastname@example.org