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Four Museum Summer Programmer Positions Available

One leader ($20.00 per hour) and three assistants ($19.00 per hour each), Monday to Friday, 35 hours/week for 11 weeks, June 6 – August 19, 2022.

To market, deliver, and supervise the delivery of summer children’s programming, three Summer Programmer Assistants and one Summer Programmer – Lead will work in a team, improving and preparing 6.5 weeks of summer programming for ages 3 to 9.

The work experience is excellent for a student pursuing a teaching career. A candidate must have a strong interest in working with children, exhibit ability to deliver programs, and be organized and creative with the assigned work. Friday afternoons may involve filming content (tours, activities) for the Museum’s YouTube Channel. A candidate must also have strong research, writing, and keyboarding skills. Previous experience leading children’s programs, stage performance, and filming are definite assets.

Submit a resumé with cover letter to the attention of Louise Avery, Executive Director, by the deadline, 4 p.m., Monday, May 23, 2022, mailed, hand delivered, or emailed to

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