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HHCTX Seeking Interns

                                                                                                                                             

 

The Hispanic Heritage Center of Texas: Internship Program

The Hispanic Heritage Center of Texas is focused on ensuring that the historical accounts of Hispanics are made known. Our goal is to build a comprehensive public organization that partners with leaders, educators, and scholars to make certain that future programs, historical exhibits and publications, as well as documentaries, films, TV and radio programming, websites, and artwork are no longer ignoring the stories of our ancestors.

 

The Internship Program  will be centered on eduation, research, communication, public programming, and the overall professional development of the candidates. The Hispanic Heritage Center is seeking self-motivated individuals with good organizational skills and the ability to prioritize tasks for its Internship Candidates.

 

The HHCTX Interns will work closely with the Hispanic Heritage Center’s leadership and staff in a variety of activities to developing and expanding the Hispanic Heritage Center’s online media presence, social networking outreach, scholarly research, coordinating educational workshops, and event planning.

 

Qualifications:

-Basic Information

-Resume

-Pursuing a Bachelors Degree

-Strong attention to details

-Flexibility to complete duties assigned.

 

Application Instructions:

Please submit an online application at the link below:

HHCTX Internship Application

Another form of submission that is acceptable is by sending a cover letter and resume to Andrea Ozuna.

The online application is preferably. 

Only those whose applications are being considered will be contacted.