Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum & Planetarium

 

 

Internship Program

 

Position Description:

 

Multidisciplinary position working closely with the Museum Supervisor, Intern/Volunteer Coordinator, and other staff on events and programs. Interns are responsible for assisting museum and planetarium guests; helping out with monitoring artifacts; giving talks and tours; as well as presenting planetarium shows.

 

Essential Functions:

 

  • Provide excellent customer service to guests.

  • Provide information about the museum and planetarium, the collection and Rosicrucian Park.

  • Learn and present planetarium shows, gallery talks, tomb tours, and facilitate activities as needed.

  • Operate Planetarium Star Room Control Booth presenting up to two shows a day.

  • Inform guests of planetarium and museum rules, as necessary.

  • Assist in other areas of Rosicrucian Park as needed.

  • Answer basic questions related to membership in the Rosicrucian Order AMORC, the sponsor of the Museum. 

 

Additional Opportunities May Include:

 

  • Create special workshops and programs with the guidance of the Museum Supervisor and Intern/Volunteer Coordinator.

  • Work on special projects with management and staff.

  • Participate in collection management training.

 

Qualifications:

 

  • An interest in Astronomy, Library Sciences, Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, History, Egyptology, Museum Studies, Literature, Theatre arts and/or public speaking. 

  • Passion for educating others.

  • College student or graduate at least 18 years of age.

  • Background check clearance.

 

Any further questions may be directed to the Intern/Volunteer Program at info@egyptianmuseum.org.