The MCHC/RISE-UP Program provides opportunities for enhanced public health training to eliminate health disparities and promote health equity. Students can participate in this program in three areas: 1. Clinical/Community, 2. Community Enhancement/ Engagement and 3. Research.

The Smithsonian has a variety of opportunities application is due March 1 (although some places say March 2 since March 1 is a Sunday.) Currently there are opportunities in the following areas:

American Food History Internship
Archives Center
Assoc Director, Management & Museum Services
Blogging Editorial Assistant
Collections Management
Conservation – Costume
Conservation – Object
Conservation – Paper
Conservation – Textile
Curatorial – Armed Forces History
Curatorial – Culture & the Arts
Curatorial – Home, Community & Life
Curatorial – Medicine & Science
Curatorial – Numismatics (Currency) Collection
Curatorial – Political History
Curatorial – Work & Industry
Daily Programs
Development (Fundraising)
Director’s Office Intern
Exhibition Design
Graphic Production
Historic Theatre Intern
Music – Jazz Appreciation Month
Music – Jazz Researchers
Music – Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra (SJMO)
Office of Programs and Strategic Initiatives (OPSI)
Program in African American Culture
Program in Latino History and Culture
Public Affairs
Spark!Lab Interns
Special Events
Technology Services – Information Technology
Web Design Assistant

*These are all non-paid internships
**In order to see more information about these opportunities you can go to:
NMAH Internship Overview
NMAH Department – roles of each department –