Paid Student Internship at Nauvoo, Illinois

By February 12, 2018

From friend of JI Nancy Ross:

I have been informed that there is a paid history internship (related to LDS/Community of Christ history), which comes with housing and up to 6 credits in history from Graceland University. This is for undergrads and graduate students. Please forward the information to interested parties.

Please check out the description here:

http://www.cofchrist.org/common/cms/Human-Resources/History-Intern-Nauvoo-PD-1-19-18.pdf

To apply, the forms are below and you need to send them to hrm@cofchrist.org

https://www.cofchrist.org/common/cms/Human-Resources/Job%20Descriptions/Application-IHQ.pdf

This is a well-established internship and I can also put interested people in contact with someone who has done this internship before.

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