The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect will set up internships based on your needs and school requirements. We typically look for candidates with some work experience and students who want to learn about Anne Frank. We have programs that work with her diary as well as use tools to advance her legacy, to educate young people and communities in the U.S. and Canada about the dangers of intolerance, antisemitism, racism and discrimination. Contact our Education Department at email@example.com
The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect is seeking college and newly graduated student interns to work in the public gallery and exhibition center in Tribeca on a variety of projects supporting key staff members. Interns will gain first-hand experience about how the organization
functions, assist with regular departmental activities that range from research and special projects to implementing program and administrative.
These duties will include:
1. Supporting the Programming and Education departments in the execution of public programs for student audiences, including performances, exhibitions, lectures and
classes for schools.
2. Assisting in the implementation of the Center’s Marketing and Communication’s
strategy, including social media initiatives, market research surveys and analysis, and data base
3. Providing the Development department implementing various programs.
4. Visitor service support, including reception, merchandising, and data base input.
5. Other projects as needed by the center and your internship requirements.
If you would like to share your Holocaust experience as a survivor with students and the public as only you can tell your story, we would love to add you to our Holocaust survival group. Contact our Education Department at firstname.lastname@example.org