Program Description

We are excited to invite you to apply for the 2018 Summer Internship program at Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust. Through this Museum Internship, you will have the opportunity to add your voice and contribute your leadership to the landscape of Holocaust remembrance and education in your community through actively shaping events and engagements at the Museum.

We are looking for a dynamic, self-motivated, and detail-oriented intern to assist with major events, day-to-day activity, art reflection workshops, Museum logistics, and support for survivor mentors in our programming.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

- Learning from primary sources in the Museum galleries and Archives

- Working directly with Holocaust survivors, students, visitors, and Museum staff

- Assisting in facilitating education programs

- Engaging with Museum staff in meaningful work across departments

- Assisting in support of social media

- Initiating and seeing through a personal project to enhance education programs


No special background knowledge or experience is required. Our ideal candidate is inspired by working with other students, learning from survivor elders in our community, and utilizing artistic reflection and education to shape the landscape of Holocaust remembrance. Applicants must be entering 9th-12th grade.


Attendance at the Internship Orientation is mandatory on Monday, June 18, 2018.

Internship dates: Monday, June 18 – Thursday, July 12, 2018

No internship on Wednesday, July 4, 2018


If you have any questions, please contact Katherine Semel, Director of Museum Tours, at

Please complete the following application by April 15, 2018, to be considered for a summer internship: