Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage (CFCH)Internships are offered
Internships are offered year-round in the fields of folklore, cultural anthropology, and ethnomusicology. Intern projects often center around research, design, and production related to the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, the Folklife Archive, educational outreach projects, and video projects.
Interns take on a specific project under the guidance of the Center's professional staff and have come from the Corcoran School of Art, Gallaudet, Georgetown, George Washington, and Howard universities in the Washington area, and from institutions across the nation including the University of Chicago, Kapi'olani Community College, Brandeis University, Davidson College, Harvard University, New Mexico State University, Oberlin College, Skidmore College, Smith College, Syracuse, and William and Mary universities.
The Center annually involves more than 50 interns in its activities. They come under the auspices of the Smithsonian's internship programs or various university programs.
Note: Please, do not contact us regarding these internships. We are not affiliated with the sponsoring organizations and therefore have no additional information. Sometimes the link is changed for the internships. When this happens, go to the home page of the organizers to locate information on it or contact the organization directly. Convergence Media, Inc. can not confirm the accuracy of the internships listed. We are providing them as a service to our website visitors.
The Multicultural Advantage Internship Center maintains a constantly updated listing of a wide variety of internship programs.
To view current internship listings: Visit the Internship Center