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The best way to support our efforts is by donating to TINCAN, a 501(c)(3) Non Profit Organization.

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827 West First Ave
Suite 121
Spokane, WA 99201

We are offering the following internships:

1. Content Development Intern
We are seeking interns to digitize historical documents. Activities will include handling historical documents, digital reproduction, image restoration with Photoshop, writing for the web, digital photography, research, and audio production. We will provide will require going to local organizations and assisting them in digitizing their materials.

2. Education Intern
The Education Intern will assist with the development of online resources for K-12 teachers, teachers to develop curriculum materials focused on Inland Northwest history and the use of primary documents, provide outreach support to K-12 teachers, and research and scan primary source documents. Teaching experience or interest a plus. This internship will be conducted at the TINCAN offices, Spokane.

Candidates should be able to work independently, have an interest in history, and be comfortable using computers and the Internet. Critical thinking skills and a desire to learn are a must. While the internships are not paid, we offer great experience, a creative environment, and flexible hours. Course credit may also be available.

Please send a letter of interest indicating which internship(s) you are interested in and a resume to:

Karen Michaelson, Ph.D.
827 West First Avenue
Suite 121
Spokane, WA 99201
Or email

Volunteers are always needed to transcribe oral histories from audio tapes, and to transcribe manuscripts. Volunteers are also needed to work with community organizations and assist them in digitizing their materials.

Interested in volunteering? Contact

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