The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum and the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation offer numerous opportunities for employment, internships, and volunteering. Job postings are updated regularly. We welcome all applications and inquiries. Internships at the Kennedy Library are supported by the Kennedy Library Foundation. The Library also has an extensive volunteer program. Volunteers contribute vitally to the Library's mission by engaging families, adults and school audiences in learning about the life and times of President Kennedy. Visitor Services volunteers greet and assist visitors at the information desk, the theaters and exhibit spaces. Docents lead tours, give gallery talks and conduct hands-on gallery activities.
Jobs, Internships & Volunteers
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum is administered by the National Archives & Records Administration and supported, in part, by the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, a non-profit organization. The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation is a non-profit organization that seeks to carry forward President Kennedy’s legacy, with programs that aim to inspire and engage Americans and people throughout the world with his timeless vision and vibrant ideals of peace, justice, optimism, and service.
The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation awards several paid archival internships each year to graduate students studying history, government, archival administration, library science, English, journalism, communications and other related disciplines. Explore our list of internships.
Docents at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum facilitate museum learning for visitors of all ages including families, students and adults. Docent duties may include, but are not limited to, conducting museum highlights programs, leading programs for school groups, and engaging visitors in hands-on museum activities.
Visitor Services volunteers greet and assist visitors at the information desk, the theaters, and exhibit spaces.