Work With Us This Summer

This post comes from Jeff Miles, web content manager at Cultural Resources.

Internship Program logoJust over a year ago, I walked into the Department of Agriculture building on Edenton Street for the first day of an internship with the department’s public affairs team. I was half-scared, half-excited and overall not sure what to expect. During that summer and into the fall, I received great paid work experience while still in school, made awesome connections with people in state government and, most importantly to me, learned so much about North Carolina and what makes our state great.

I can’t say enough about how positive my experience was, and I’m sure that had I not worked at Ag, I wouldn’t be in the awesome job that I am today. That’s why I’m so excited to say Cultural Resources is offering 15 different internship opportunities this summer through the State Government Internship Program.

From working as a historic interpreter at one of our 27 historic sites to assisting us craft the content behind our “This Day in N.C. History” project to helping the State Archives organize materials, we have numerous opportunities. On top of the fact that the projects you’ll work on are awesome in their own right, you’ll be paid for your work, have the opportunity to earn course credit and meet lots of cool people.

The deadline to apply is December 10 and you’ll hear back about interviews in February and placements in March. Good luck with your application, and we hope to see you next summer!

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