Each year the NYG&B assembles a team of highly capable and industrious individuals, providing each with meaningful work experience.
Play a Role in the Future of New York's Past
Interns play a significant and valued role at the NYG&B, carrying out challenging tasks that make an important and visible difference. Each year the NYG&B assembles a team of highly capable and industrious individuals, providing each with meaningful work experience. In addition to hands-on experience in a variety of areas throughout the organization, interns also have the opportunity to work on a personal family history research project while also working alongside a member of the NYG&B team.
The NYG&B offers a variety of internship experiences including:
|Digital content development||Social media and marketing|
|Volunteer management||Event management|
|Database management||Digitization and transcription projects|
E-mail a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Interviews are required and may be conducted by phone or in person. Applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. Successful candidates must demonstrate attention to detail, good organizational skills, and a comfort with technology.
Internships are generally eight weeks long, pay a $100 weekly stipend, and require a three-day commitment focused on NYG&B assignments and a fourth day spent on a personal genealogical project. Most interns are enrolled in college; highly qualified high school students may also apply. Academic internships for college and library school credit (see below) and individual internships are also available year-round.
The NYG&B is pleased to offer academic internships for school credit to:
Graduate students in the fields of library and information science, archival management, and records management.
College students in the fields of history, American Studies, communications, digital media, and other relevant fields.
Academic internships will be tailored to a student’s academic needs and the NYG&B’s institutional goals. Interested students should e-mail a resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Interviews are required. Applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis.
Sponsor an Intern
A $1,000 contribution will sponsor an intern during a single year, providing a rewarding experience for the student and assisting the NYG&B to improve services to our members. Make a contribution today, contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 212-755-8532, ext. 208 for further details.