Job Opening Burlington County Historical Society

The Burlington County Historical Society is seeking a creative and energetic Program Specialist to develop and implement programming for the Society’s growing Children’s History Center.  The role of the Program Specialist will be to support the mission of the new Children’s History Center at BCHS by creating fun and engaging opportunities for family visitors and programs for mature audiences.  

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Job Opening

Hunter Research, a Trenton-based cultural resources consulting firm, has an open position for a full-time historian/architectural historian.   The announcement can be accessed on our web site here:

Job Opportunity

A Rutgers student is needed to work at the Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs: Position information:

  • Looking for an Undergraduate or Graduate Student to update/edit Walter Rand Institute (WRI) website content.Student will work with Administrative Coordinator to keep current the WRI website and edit content as needed.
  • Student will be responsible for creating WRI newsletter and writing/editing articles which would be linked to the website
  • Student will be responsible for contacting past student employees to find out what they are currently doing and adding this information to the website
  • Student will also submit applications for fundraiser sponsorships
  • Students will help out with events and other projects as needed.
  • 10-20 hours per week 

Who may apply:

  • Rutgers Undergraduate or Graduate student
  • Able to work during the summer and during the school year
  • Detail oriented person with knowledge of Microsoft Word and Word Press mandatory
  • Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop a plus

If interested, please send resume to Additional questions may be sent to Monica Rears (856) 225-6566.

Paid Summer Employment

This summer internship program will provide the opportunity to work with Educational Testing Service staff in developing assessments of writing skills. Summer interns will learn the fundamentals of test design, including principles of test validity and fairness, as well as how to develop the materials and questions used in these assessments. Candidates must have completed at least one year of graduate study in the humanities or social sciences. Exemplary writing skills and a thorough understanding of English grammar and usage are required. The eight-week program will begin on June 6, 2016. Summer interns will work eight-hour days, Monday to Friday, at the ETS campus in Princeton, NJ. Interested candidates should apply online no later than Friday, April 8, 2016  Full information is here:

Digital Cataloging and Review/History Internships 

The Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University is seeking interns to participate in the cataloging of historical documents in the Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library. The goal of the Center is to serve scholars, tourists, teachers, curious citizens, and students of all ages as they explore the life and achievement of the 26th President of the United States. Launched to the public in late 2011, the Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library is the primary portal the Center uses to convey that goal to a national audience. More than 35,000 items from 18 different collections are already available at The Center has over 150,000 digitized documents from the Theodore Roosevelt Papers at the Library of Congress, including letters to and from Roosevelt, newspaper clippings, speeches and executive orders, photographs, maps, and personal diaries. Around 10,000 items have been digitized from other collections, such as the Prints and Photographs Division of the Library of Congress, sites within the National Park system, and Harvard College Library. In order to make the digital files available to the public online, the Center is seeking interns to help with creation and review of metadata for these documents in our online database. Interns will work a minimum of 240 hours (approximately six weeks), participating in all facets of the development of the digital library. These will include cataloging (viewing documents on a computer screen and typing and reviewing information in a Web-based form), reviewing the work of other catalogers to make sure all standards are being met, and copyright review of collections in order to clear them for publication. 

Since the work is web-based, the internships will be conducted remotely. Interns do not need to relocate to Dickinson, North Dakota, to complete their work. Training will be provided through an online classroom environment throughout the internship. A moderate hourly stipend will be provided. Internships are to be completed between May 15 and August 31, 2016

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