Interns in the collections department will be responsible for research, cataloging, digital photography, inventory, condition reporting, data-entry and rehousing of specific divisions of the permanent collection. Divisions of the collection include uniforms, caps, bats, baseballs, gloves, ballpark artifacts, personal artifacts, artwork, textiles, masks, shoes, plaques/trophies, tickets and cards. Each year, a different division of the museum collection is chosen as a primary focus for inventory, re-housing, condition reporting and digital photography. On-going artifact-based projects are also available subject to departmental needs and conservation recommendations. One position available, graduate level preferred. This position requires graduate level expertise in the analysis and handling of textiles obtained through graduate study, prior internships, projects, volunteer work and previous positions. Majors include Archaeology, Anthropology, Public History, Museum Studies or related major.