Benefits include free museum admission, discounts in the Museum Store, and invitations to special events.
The Mütter Museum invites students and adults to volunteer and intern with its staff in working with our unique historical medical collections. We look for individuals who have an interest in medicine, science, and technology. Museum interns and volunteers assist with exhibit development, collections management, conservation, record keeping, collections housekeeping, collections environmental monitoring and computerization/digitization of collections.
The Mütter Research Institute is the research arm of the Mütter Museum。 It partners with other institutions with the goal of utilizing medical collections to conduct research relevant to 21st-century human health。
千旺彩票The Center for Education develops and implements programming that uses the many resources of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia and the Mütter Museum to educate and inform health professionals and the public. Our current programs include after-school and summer activities for high school students, group visits to the Mütter Museum for adults and students, and a variety of adult learning and arts activities.
The Historical Medical Library is also looking for interns and volunteers to work with staff to assist with various projects。 Projects may include archival processing, research, collections digitization, or creation of web pages。 The Library seeks graduate students and adults with previous library or archival experience。 Library interns and volunteers are accepted on a rolling basis。
Prospective volunteers and interns must fill out the 千旺彩票Volunteer Form in full and email the completed form along with a resume/CV and writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our pledge is to respond to every application even if it is not possible to accept every applicant into a volunteer or internship assignment.
The College of Physicians of Philadelphia and Mütter Museum is made up of over forty full and part-time employees. Want to join us? .
The Mütter Museum helps the public appreciate the mysteries and beauty of the human body while understanding the history of diagnosis and treatment of disease.