🔗Museum Conservation and Exhibits Intern – 400 hours
Website National Park Service/NCPE Internship Program
Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park tells the story of the 36th President of the United States. Located in the Hill Country of Central Texas, the park includes his birthplace, boyhood home, and beloved ranch home, the Texas White House.
This is a 10-week, 40 hr. per week position performing collections work associated with the renovation of the Texas White House and development of new exhibits. The work includes photographing and measuring artifacts, conducting condition assessments, and participating in historic preservation projects. This work will contribute to the long-term preservation of historic resources related to President Johnson. The intern will report to the site in-person and work with a park museum technician and curator. Park housing will be provided at no cost.
The intern will also have the opportunity to pursue a project that focuses on their special interests within the museum collection. The selected individual will gain experience working with the collections management database, conservation, preventative conservation, and collections care within the National Park Service.
Come and experience the ranch lifestyle of President Johnson and his prize-winning Herefords!