Fellowship/Internship

Plimoth is looking for enthusiastic, team-oriented young people with an interest in America’s early histories who want to share in the day-to-day work of one of our nation's most important living museums. Plimoth Plantation's interns enjoy an intensive experience as diverse as the Museum itself centered on immersive, hands-on fieldwork. Interns also participate in a collaborative group project, enjoy field trips, and engage in unique professional development opportunities. 

A six-month-long fellowship with a stipend of $2,750 per month for journalists working in video, audio, or multimedia who want hands-on experience at a fast-paced environmental media organization.

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The Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education is seeking applications from journalism leaders, journalism entrepreneurs and storytellers nationwide for its pilot Maynard 200 Fellowship.They are inviting applicants from the categories below. Those who work in or are affiliated with ethnic media outlets, community-based media or smaller mainstream media organizations are strongly encouraged to apply.

[1] Leaders: New managers who seek to expand their leadership and management skills or those who are considering entering management.

The Eiteljorg Museum established the Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship in 1999. Since then, the museum has awarded more than $1,000,000 in grants and added the works of 50 Native American fine artists to the permanent collection.

 
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