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Internship Opportunities with Pacific Science Center
All Internships are 18+, unpaid. More information on all Internships and our online application can be found by searching current job openings here.
Much of the funding for Science Center activities come from grants, sponsorships and personal gifts stewarded by our talented Development team. The Development Intern will support the efforts of the Individual Giving team to grow and sustain a donor-centered fundraising program.
The Evaluation Intern will assist Pacific Science Center’s evaluation efforts including the assessment of Science Center programs and exhibits; contribution to the development of corporate and federal grant proposals; and measurement of program outcomes. The intern will gain valuable skills in data collection, data management, and analysis.
Finance & Accounting
The Accounting & Finance Intern will support the efforts of the Accounting & Finance team by completing a financial analysis on the profitability of IMAX films over the past fiscal year and assisting at various elements of the monthly accounting cycle.
The Human Resources Intern will play an integral role in staff and volunteer recruitment, candidate sourcing, interview facilitation, training support, documenting onboarding processes and resources, payroll and benefits, and more! At the internship’s conclusion, the intern will have gained valuable HR recruitment, onboarding and administration skills.
The Marketing & Promotions (Eventst) Intern will help strategize promotional event attendance, support Street Team event volunteers and market the Science Center at off-site events. At the internship’s conclusion, the intern will have gained valuable promotions and marketing skills while strengthening their resume.
STEM education volunteer interns support our STEM-OST (Out-of-School Time) program. The focus of this summer internship is to deliver hands-on lessons and activities in physics, engineering, astronomy, mathematics and remote sensing to elementary and middle school children in underserved communities in the Seattle area
Tinker Tank Maker in Residence
The Maker in Residence volunteer position at Pacific Science Center’s Tinker Tank is a unique, open-ended role for people with a wide variety of interests including engineering, hardware development, education, and the “Maker Movement”. Akin to an Artist in Residency program, the Maker in Residence position provides space and materials to support individuals looking to develop, expand, and share their skills in science, technology, engineering, design, and tinkering. It is also intended to demonstrate to visitors and volunteers vast possibilities within engineering and the Maker Movement and inspire folks to participate. The Maker in Residence builds, demonstrates, and engages visitors in small-scale prototyping, designing, fabricating, and all forms of making and tinkering. Ideal candidates are able to select, create, and discuss new or existing projects with the public, are very comfortable facilitating exploration with people of all ages and backgrounds, and are flexible with frequent adjustments in setting and surroundings as Tinker Tank is a very dynamic physical space. We are looking for someone who can become a recurring and expected presence in our space, and will therefore give preference to someone who can commit to volunteering a four-hour shift every week for the duration of the position, January – March 2018 (extension possible).