Alamo Trust, Inc. (ATI) is a private, nonprofit Texas corporation which manages the day-to-day operations and staff at the Alamo. Together, Alamo Trust, Inc., the Texas General Land Office, Alamo Endowment, and Remember the Alamo Foundation, share the story of the Alamo’s 300-year history with millions of visitors and students each year, and preserve the Alamo’s historic structures and battlefield for future generations. ATI employs and manages the staff that administer the daily operating functions and visitor experience at the Alamo. ATI staff includes departments that focus on Curation, Conservation, Education & History, Facilities, Finance, HR, IT, Marketing, Security, Visitor Services, and Retail Contractors.
The Alamo offers internships year-round in curation, conservation, education, marketing and operations.
Internships available for the Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters include:
Education – Alamo Education Interns learn to craft presentations based upon accurate Alamo history and deliver that history to students enrolled in summer camp program
Conservation Data - Work with the Alamo Conservator collecting weekly data from interior data loggers and creating graphs. Assisting conservator on an as needed basis. The assistance might include, applying conservation treatments, collecting samples and conservation cleaning.
Conservation Translation – Transcription and translation of early 18ths century Spanish missionary journals. The journals are intricate script handwriting.
Information Technology - The Information Technology intern will gain experience in hands-on IT support of day-to-day operations. (e.g., correspondence generation, record keeping, file maintenance, HRIS entry).
Operations – The Operations Intern position is responsible for database management/collection management.
Alamo Trust, Inc. is committed to workforce diversity.