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Interns and Volunteers


MARI Interns Installing History Exhibit
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The M.A.R.I. Internship and Volunteer program offers students from Tulane University and Loyola University the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a museum setting. We have collaborated with the Center for Public Service and Tulane Anthropology Department since the Spring of 2014 to develop projects and programing eligible for academic credit through the university.

Our multifaceted collections and diverse projects allow interns the flexibility to explore and gain experience in multiple fields, including anthropology, art history, linguistics, Latin American studies, and computer science. The work provided by interns and volunteers has served to increase the organizational capacity of M.A.R.I. Exhibits and educational material created by our interns and volunteers form an important resource for the institute. To explore some of their contributions and learn how to get involved, follow the links below!



MARI Interns and Volunteers at work
MARI Interns and Volunteers at work


If you have any questions about the program, please contact