|Employer:||Rangeley Lakes Region Historical Society|
|Internship Title:||Events Planning and Operations Assistant|
|Location:||Rangeley, Maine and off site|
|Period of Engagement:||Each Winter and Spring|
|Description of the Internship:|
|As a non-profit organization, the mission of the Rangeley Lakes Region Historical Society is “to discover, identify, collect, preserve, and interpret artifacts, printed material, and original historical records which document the history and traditions of the region and its people.”
This internship’s primary role would be to assist the Executive Director in all aspects involved in the planning and operation of a signature event for a small regional non-profit museum. A primary focus of this position will be on expanding The Rangeley Regatta to include college, prep-school and open divisions to be held mid-September.
For more information on the Rangeley Lakes Region Historical Society, visit their website at: http://www.rangeleyoutdoors.com/rangeley-region-guides-and-sportsmens-association-sponsors/organizations/rangeley-lakes-region-historical-society/
|The intern will work onsite at the Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum in Oquossoc Village in Rangeley, on campus at UMF and will travel to other sites for meetings, sponsorship recruitment and training.
The intern will assist with a wide variety of operations involved in implementing this event and will perform a wide variety of roles including planning, sponsorship, recruitment and event management.
The intern will gain valuable first-hand experience in the planning, operation and management of an event aimed at celebrating the use of human powered watercraft in a regatta/race format for regional non-profit organization.
|Application is made through UMF’s Partnership for Civic Advancement.|
|Complete and submit the Partnership’s Internship Application Form online.|
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