NOBLE PLANETARIUM INTERN

(Unpaid)

The Noble Planetarium is seeking creative individuals to assist in digitizing the Planetariums archived content. The position is a nonpaid internship experience with the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and work in a highly creative environment with skilled professionals. Hours per week are flexible and will not total more than 30 hours per week. Students with or wishing to gain experience in any of these areas are encouraged to apply:

  • Astronomy, Geology, Physics, or any other physical science

  • Science education / teaching in a formal or informal environment

  • Multimedia content design

Basic Responsibilities (including but not limited to):

  • Assist the planetarium manager and assistant planetarium manager as required

  • Assist in the preservation of graphics and multimedia for use in the planetarium dome

Qualifications:

  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

  • Studying or recent graduate in a science related field including astronomy, physics, geology, or any of the physical sciences

  • Proficiency using small hand tools

  • Commitment to quality

  • Able to work with a group and on your own in fast paced environment

  • Excellent communication skills, ability to multi-task and be detail oriented

  • Passionate about the importance of museum education in the community

  • Ability to lift 20 pounds, walk and stand for long periods of time on concrete floors

  • Some graphic design experience (optional)

  • Basic knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite including Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and / or Adobe After Effects (optional)

  • Basic knowledge of Blender 3D or 3D Studio Max (optional)

 

 

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN THE FORT WORTH MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND HISTORY!


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