The Education Intern will be working in the education department of the Dunes Center. Their primary responsibilities will be to assist with the preparation, support and administration of the educational programs hosted by the Dunes Center. They will be responsible for leading sessions of the off-site afterschool and other educational programs that are hosted by the Dunes Center. Interns are also required to spend four to six hours weekly as a museum docent and or at Dunes Center Special Events. Examples include community walks and hikes. In the winter, interns will be teaching archaeology.
This part time service will enable both the Dunes Center to expand their programs and the intern to gain experiences that can be used for college or graduate school admissions, work experience and personal fulfillment.
The internship will last at least two quarters; for the first quarter you will shadow and assist a current education intern while teaching, and for the second quarter you will either teach on your own or have a new intern shadow you.