Employment Opportunities

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Summer Educator, Pardee-Morris House Coordinator, New Haven, CT

20-25 hours/week, Preferred Start Date: May 15th, 2017

Primary Responsibilities: Open and close the house, design and coordinate all programs, tours and activities at the historic c. 1780 Pardee-Morris House. The House is open June, July and August, Sundays 12-4 PM and for special events during the week such as concerts and lectures. Additional Responsibilities: Assist the Education Director with summer programs by leading current and researching potential new programs at the New Haven Museum, staff tables for community outreach events (such as festivals and farmer’s markets) and post social media updates for the Museum. Source talent and lecturers for the 2018 season and help create education and promotional materials.

Requirements: B.A. or B.S degree coursework in progress; completed degree preferred in the following areas: History, American Studies, Material Culture, Historic Preservation, Museum Education or related field. Previous experience teaching and/or giving tours. One or more years working with children and adults in an educational setting that includes in a school as a teacher or instructor, an after-school programmer or summer camp counselor. Strong communication, computer and social media skills required. Experience with arts and craft activities also preferred. Must be able to work Sundays; some Saturdays and evenings required. EOE.  To Apply: Please send a resume and writing sample (MS Word or PDF) to Amy Durbin, Director of Education and Visitor Experience, 114 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06510 or education@newhavenmuseum.org.

Posted 01/23/17 

 Museum Teachers, Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society

The Noah Webster House and West Hartford Historical Society is seeking qualified individuals to serve as Museum Teachers.  Museum Teachers provide accurate programs through hands-on experiences for schools, scouts, and other groups in period clothing both on- and off-site. Annually, the museum serves approximately 8,000 students of varying ages and grades.  Teaching experience is highly desirable but not required.  Interest/experience in history and/or museums, and a friendly and energetic disposition is also desirable.  The position of Museum Teacher is part-time with flexible hours.  An hourly rate of $9.75 per scheduled hours, plus travel reimbursement for distance traveled to and from outreach programs, is to be paid bi-weekly. Please send resume with cover letter to Beth Sweeney, Education Department Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society, 227 South Main Street, West Hartford, CT 06107. Fax: (860) 521-4036; Email: Education@noahwebsterhouse.org. Visit us on the web for more information.

Posted 9/8/16















































Connecticut League of History Organizations

37 Broad Street

Middletown, CT 06457


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