Seeking College Interns/Volunteers!
The Richard Nixon Presidential Library’s elite Docent Guild is looking for college interns! This internship is ideal for students in history, education, political science, American studies, and museum studies programs. Other majors are welcome as well!
Whether you are looking to earn hours toward an Internship or just get additional life/career experience, becoming a Docent Intern is a great way to learn about history and improve your presentation/public speaking skills.
The NEW Nixon Library
The gallery within the Library reopened its doors to the public, nearly a year after the $15-million construction began on the 25-year-old exhibits. A completely new and interactive presidential museum is the result. The exhibits provide guests an in depth look at the life and legacy of the 37th president utilizing new technology and originally produced interactive media. The renovation creates a state-of-the-art learning environment. Included in the new gallery are a replica of President Nixon’s Oval Office, new interactive displays throughout, and dramatic films and video clips.
About the Internship
Intern Docent duties may vary, but could include:
• Welcoming guests to the Presidential Library.
• Guiding guests through the Presidential Library’s museum gallery as well as assisting with kindergarten-12th grade student education tours.
• Assisting with Library special events.
Interns will have the ability to tailor volunteer shifts to their school schedules. The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Birthplace is open seven days a week and most holidays.
Docents volunteer through four-hour shifts as follows:
• Monday through Saturday – 9:30am-1:30pm or 1:00pm-5:00pm
• Sundays – 10:30am-2:00pm or 1:30pm-5:00pm