The museum collections at Adams National Historical Park contains internationally and nationally recognized fine and decorative arts, books, manuscripts, furnishings archeology, and other objects that document the lives of five generations of the Adams's family, one of America's most politically prominent families. The Cultural Resources Division carries out programs that provide protection, preservation, storage, and study of the Park's museum collection. The division is responsible for maintaining housekeeping programs; catalog and treatment documentation; processing and maintaining the archives collection; providing for proper storage and conservation; and ensuring physical security while providing access to scholars. Intern/Volunteer projects are available in all the above areas. Interns/Volunteers will be able to custom tailor their projects according to personal skills, interests, and the current needs of the park. Contact Patty Smith at email@example.com.