Volunteering is a great way to get started, get appreciated, and get hired. Summer internships or pre-professional programs often lead to permanent jobs. They are excellent resume builders. You can consult national internship webpages, do a summer internship with a university, work for one of Tennessee’ state parks, or apply closer to home.
Summer Archaeology Internship at the Arizona State University . Working from Kampsville, IL, you will do study and field work in archeology recovery and analysis. A $ 4,000 scholarship in June-July, with up to 9 hours of credit. Application deadline is March 1st. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tennessee State Parks (volunteering and internships).
Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (unpaid and paid internships). The Seasonal Interpretive Recreator Program pays $ 9 an hour for seasonal employment in their interpretive, recreational, public affairs, photography, or graphic design programs.
Reelfoot Summer Undergraduate Research . Undergraduate research in the Reelfoot watershed
(all disciplines). A $ 4,000 research grant for travel, supplies, and stipend. Summary report and presentation of findings must follow. Open to Juniors and Seniors. 2 hours of credit in the discipline. Application deadline is end of February. Contact: email@example.com
Paul Meek Library Internships. Two two-semester paid workships are available through the Office of Financial Aid for work in the Special Collections at UTM’s Paul Meek Library. History upper division students with suitable GPA preferred. Contact: UTMartin Office of Financial Aid, (731) 881-7040 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Discovery Park Internships . Paid internships to work on various activities such as docent interactions with the public, artifact collection, preservation, and research work, or exhibit preparation. Must work at least 100 hours in a semester to complete the internship. Maximum work hours possible: 120. Contact: