“I participated in the Peabody's summer internship program and assisted with research in the Meso Lab. Working at the Peabody is a unique, engaging opportunity for students and has been one of the best parts of my college experience.”
— Elizabeth Gettinger
The Peabody Museum offers a paid summer internship program for Harvard undergraduate students every other year. Projects vary from year to year, but are generally designed to support the Peabody Museum’s mission of enhancing university teaching and learning through hands-on engagement with Museum collections, and to provide participants with a unique research experience. Internships are supervised by the Academic Partnerships Department, with support from Museum professional staff.
The Peabody Museum is committed to achieving diversity in the museum field, and seeks to attract a diverse group of applicants of the highest caliber to its paid summer internship program. The Peabody Museum is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by law.
The next summer internship program is expected to be offered in 2020. Please return in December 2019 for further details.