Arts Council & Historical Society Seeking Intern

MCAAC & MAHA Paid Internship Posting

Mackinaw City Area Arts Council and the Mackinaw Area Historical Society Seeking Intern

INTRODUCTION: This paid internship, running from May to October of 2017, is a shared project between the Mackinaw Area Historical Society (MAHS) and the Mackinaw City Area Arts Council (MCAAC), assisting volunteers that provide services to these two community organizations. The individual selected will report to an intern supervisor from MCAAC and MAHS. Following are descriptions of the two non-profits and the scope of the internship as it applies to both groups. MAHS: In partnership with the Village of Mackinaw City, the Mackinaw Area Historical Society, a 501(c)3, has developed an architectural museum reflecting life in the Straits of Mackinac area between 1880 and 1917. This time period represents unparalleled changes in settlement, housing, transportation, communications and health care in the era between two wars that altered the United States and the world, the American Civil War (War between the States) and the First World War. Currently the Village consists of nine buildings that are either original, relocated structures or reconstructed examples. Heritage Village is a Mackinaw City village park which is open daily with guided, docent tours on Friday – Mondays 1:00 – 5:00 PM, from Memorial day to Labor Day. Visit our website at www.mackinawhistory.org for more information.

Downloads:

  1. Intern Position Description – click here.
  2. Application for Intern Position – click here.