The Museum offers unpaid internship programs for exceptional high school and college students who wish to pursue careers in the Social Sciences and Museum management. The Museum receives interns willing to work pro bono and train under a supervisor in the Education, Collections, Archives and Marketing. Interns work on a project and give a public presentation of their findings. For more information contact Nevin Sitler
Research Fellowship Program:
Open to graduate school students, the Museum offers this program to provide supervised access to collections and archives to qualified research students. Research Fellows are required to give a public presentation of their findings.
History Exchange Program:
Beginning with St. Petersburg’s sister city Takamatsu, the Museum will invite interested historians, archivists and other museum professionals from other countries to visit, observe and use our resources as well as share their expertise and knowledge with us.
In close coordination with the County School Board, the Pinellas Art Council Education Consortium and using the feed-back generated from school tours, the Museum will invite teachers to a forum to identify strategies that will enhance history education in and out of the classroom.