The Dr. Karin J. Goldstein Memorial Internship Fund
During her twenty-five years with Plimoth Plantation, Dr. Karin Goldstein mentored more than fifty undergraduate and graduate students. She took great delight in watching their continued success after their summer or semester at the Museum. Plimoth Plantation’s Internship Programs offers students the opportunity to work alongside Museum staff in a diverse, culturally rich environment. In addition to their daily studies and responsibilities, Museum interns attend special events, lectures with artisans and scholars, or participate in once-in-a-lifetime experiences such as overnight stays in the 17th-Century English Village, Wampanoag Homesite or aboard Mayflower II. Internships are available seasonally in the fall, spring and summer. They cover numerous areas of interest such as Collections, Marketing & Public Relations, Historic Clothing & Textiles, Museum Education and Collections. For additional information on the Internship Program, please visit www.plimoth.org/internships-volunteers/internships.