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Community Programs

Intern/Advanced Intern

JOB STATEMENT/PURPOSE:

Under the direction of the Cultural Programs Manager, Coordinator, and program staff the intern position provides a variety of support functions for summer programming and activities for visitors of all ages during the summer season. Interns are placed in a variety of different positions across the organization including; Admissions, Administration, Tours, Cultural Education, the Ch’k’iqadi Gallery, Café, and Facility and Event Rentals.  There are two levels of internship for the Alaska Native Heritage Center; Intern and Advanced Intern.

Interns support COVID-19 mitigation efforts as listed in ANHC’s COVID-19 Mitigation Plan, including disinfecting high-touch areas regularly to ensure the safety of staff and guests.  

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Intern:

Admissions:

 

Administration:

Advanced Interns:

Tour Guide:

Cultural Education:

All Interns:

ESSENTIAL SKILLS:

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS:

Weather:

Noise level:

Physical requirements:

INTERN MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

ADVANCED INTERN MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

REQUIREMENTS (to be included as a part of the application packet):

1. Resume

2. Personal biography which includes information about: you, parents, grandparents, village(s) your family is from, town you were raised in, cultural affiliation, hobbies and school. (200 words or less)

3. Two letters of recommendation

4. Copy or photo of Tribal ID Card or Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB)

5. Photo of yourself