Museum Communications & Marketing Intern - Spring 2019

Hours: Flexible
Application Deadline: February 1, 2019

The Communications & Marketing Intern will spend the semester under the guidance of the Communications & Marketing Manager working to develop and execute new communication and marketing strategies to increase the Museum’s effectiveness in engaging with visitors and members of the media. This is also a fantastic opportunity to play a role in the Museum’s re-branding initiative, and help build and grow a newly established marketing department in a small non-profit institution.


  • Assist with routine website updates and maintenance

  • Develop content for the Museum’s website and social media channels

  • Design and plan digital and print collateral

  • Perform research relating to marketing and PR opportunities on both a local and national level

  • Research digital marketing initiatives: social, email, and paid search

  • Assist in developing the Museum’s advertising strategies

  • Carry out maintenance and development of email lists and databases

  • Maintain the press coverage database and compile press clippings book

  • Copyedit across multiple platforms and various collateral


  • Must be a recent college graduate or currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate studies program in Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, or a related field.

  • Interest in the Revolutionary War and Colonial period, a plus, but not required.

  • Experience working with e-communications, web-publishing (SquareSpace), Google Analytics, and Google Ad Words helpful, but not required

  • Excellent writing skills and attention to detail

If interested please send cover letter and resume to Amy Kennard:
A resume without a cover letter or email will NOT be considered.

An in-person interview is required. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.