SUMMER OF 2016 INTERNSHIP - APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED BEGINNING IN THE FALL OF 2015
The American Political Items Collectors announces their annual search for applicants to the APIC Mark Jacobs Smithsonian Institution Internship. The APIC sponsors the selected recipient to a 6-week internship at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. offering the opportunity to work and learn with the Curator at the National Museum's Political History Division. The winning applicant will be provided residency at the George Washington University along with a weekly stipend.
The internship is open to graduating high school students, full-time college students, or graduate students. This is a great opportunity for anyone majoring in Political Science or U.S. Political History. An overall good character is required.
The APIC is currently accepting applications for the summer internship program.
Information and applications can be obtained from:Norman Loewenstern2002 CanongateHouston, Texas 77056-4202713.299.0199 or email@example.com
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