“Archival History Internship Description
PCFSN seeks an intern to assist the staff of the President’s Council with the stated goal of preserving and promoting the understanding of the 60-year history of the Council. This internship position will assist the Archival History project team leader by performing primary source research. Additionally, the position provides unique access to educational materials across the fields of fitness, sports, and nutrition, for retrieval from and submission to the National Archives and Records Administration and Presidential Libraries. Interested candidates must be enrolled in an undergraduate program or graduate-level program related to history, archival studies, library science, communications or related fields requiring strong research and writing skills.
The President’s Council general internship position provides the opportunity to gain valuable office, communications, and partnership development experience. The intern will have the opportunity to work with both the Communications and Partnerships teams to support their work in lifting up the mission of the Council. General intern duties include working with both teams to support the development of programs and initiatives, outreach materials, and awareness efforts to improve the health and quality of life for all Americans. Interested candidates must be enrolled in an undergraduate program or graduate-level program related to public health, fitness promotion, nutrition, exercise physiology, business administration, communications, public affairs, or similar fields.
We accept applications on a rolling basis for our internships.”