Student Affairs Committee
What does the Student Affairs Committee Do?
The purpose of the Student Affairs Committee is to involve students in the museum profession. The committee provides students with the opportunity to interact with professionals in the North Carolina Museums Council through meetings and conferences.
Why should a student join NCMC?
Student members receive:
NCMC newsletter, which includes job and internship listings
50% discount to the annual NCMC conference
Discounts on professional development workshops
The best reason for a student to be a member of the North Carolina Museums Council is the annual conference. Here you have many opportunities to network with members of your field; pursue diverse professional development opportunities; and attend insightful workshops, panels, and discussions. The many museum professionals at the conference will be a valuable resource to you as you shape your career.
Even if you are not currently a member, you may apply for the Student Memorial Award to attend the conference for free. The award winner, and up to three additional scholarship winners, will receive a free one-year NCMC student membership.
Student Award Recipients (March 2018 Annual Meeting)
- Hannah Holt
- Sarah Soleim
- Jacob Parks
- Alexander Brooks (Diversity Award)
How do I become a member of NCMC?
To join NCMC, just fill out and submit the application. For more information about student membership, please contact
Resources for Students
Suggestions for preparing your resume/CV and getting ready for an interview
General information about finding internships.
Internship Money Available.
Students have the opportunity to earn some money while learning about museum operations and programming through a paid internship made possible by the North Carolina Museums Council. One internship is awarded annually.
Institutional Internship Award Recipient (March 2018 Annual Meeting)
- Duke Homestead State Historic Site (Click here to go to the Internship position posting.)
NC College Courses
We performed a Survey of North Carolina College and University Museum-Related Courses in 2000 and updated the survey in 2005. If you know of other North Carolina degree programs or courses that are not described in this survey, please contact student affairs chair.