The Penn Museum offers 150 to 300-hour nine-week paid summer internship opportunities for undergraduates, recent graduates, and graduate students from any college or university. Internships are comprised of a project-based placement in a Museum department and the Museum Practice Program, which includes orientation, weekly lectures, collections tours, a field trip to a local museum (if the program is in-person), and final presentations. Interns are expected to attend the Museum Practice Program in order to participate in a Summer Internship (see more for exceptions). The Museum only hosts paid interns during the summer (see more for funding opportunities).

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