CSULA Internship Program

Museum of Social Justice Internship Program

In association with California State University, Los Angeles, the Museum of Social Justice provides unpaid internship opportunities for students to develop practical skills, gain meaningful experience, and cultivate professional relationships, while enriching the experience of visitors to historic Olvera Street and La Plaza, the birthplace of Los Angeles.

California State University, Los Angeles

Museum of Social Justice internship opportunities are posted through the University’s Career Services.  Interested students can contact the Museum directly to schedule an interview.  When a student’s interests intersect with the goals of the museum, they are accepted into the program.  Students work under the supervision of Museum staff and members of the board of directors.  The length of the internship is dependent on the availability of the student and the length of the project.  Past interns have served as docents, worked on the Inaugural Exhibit, “Angeles on the Plaza”, the 2012 Annual fundraiser, and various research and fundraising projects.


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