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🔗Archeology and Outreach Intern – 800 hours

  • Internship
  • NCPE Internship
  • Elverson, PA (Remote)
  • $17.00 USD / Hour
  • Applications have closed
  • Department: Northeast Archeological Resources Program (NARP)
  • Job Reference #: 4042a
  • Job Qualifications:

    Strong written and verbal communication skills; experience using digital editing software and digital media applications are desired.

    Candidates who are familiar or have experience with basic archeological principles, methodologies, the identification of archeological material culture found in the Northeast Region, and experience with the principles of cultural resources management, education, museum studies, and/or history will be given priority.

  • How to Apply:

    Click on the application button at this listing and follow the instructions to apply online.

  • Job benefits: Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Physical Demands / Work Environment: The intern may periodically participate in fieldwork and some moderate physical activity should be expected. Laboratory work will involve some lifting, primarily in the form of artifact boxes, which can range in weight from 10-35 lbs. Some travel, including overnight travel, will be expected as part of the duties of the intern positions. All travel will be at the expense of the Archeology program provided in the form of reimbursements through the NCPE program.
  • Application Email: waso_cr-intern@nps.gov

Website National Park Service/NCPE Internship Program

The Northeast Archeological Resources Program (NARP) is seeking to fill one 800-hour internship position at Hopewell Furance National Historic Site (NHS).

The intern will provide program support by carrying out project management tasks, including project tracking and scheduling; supporting communication between NARP, parks, and partners; and identifying equipment and overall project needs.

The intern will have the opportunity to work with professional National Park Service Archeologists and Cultural Resources staff on archeological field projects and assist with processing artifacts in an archeology laboratory. Likewise, the interns will engage their skills, creativity, and/or enthusiasm through photographing objects, using digital imaging software, creating social media and website content, and/or developing lesson plans.

The intern will assist the program and park staff at Hopewell Furnace NHS with the archeological investigation of a 19th-century homestead that had been occupied by an African American laborer at the furnace. This project will entail completing deliverables meant for public interpretation of the archeology at this site and writing a redacted report for distribution to park partners and the public. The intern will also provide overall support for public engagement, create interpretive materials related to precolonial land use and archeological resources, and conduct outreach in collaboration with the park’s Tribal partners.