Want to get to know a unique discovery right in your own backyard? Come to the Gray Fossil Site and get involved!
- Interns from many colleges and universities (including ETSU) have worked in the Collections Range cataloging and labeling fossils while learning about the site. If your background is in Museum Studies, Archival Studies, Paleontology, or another related field, contact us for internship possibilities.
- We have internship and student work opportunities each academic year for students who are interested in working in a unique environment full of scientific discovery. Connect what you are learning in class with a real paleontological site and learn to teach visitors about the science behind the site.
Please inquire at the museum office, 423-439-3644, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you'd like more information about the following programs.
Current Student Positions
for current student work positions at the Natural History Museum.