School Programs Museum Educator
Concord Museum seeks a dynamic and energetic educator to join the museum
education team. Museum Educators teach curriculum-based lessons on many
historical topics including Native culture, Archaeology, Colonial Life, and the
Revolution. Teaching object-based lessons and hands-on activities,
educators help students make personal connections to the past. Focusing
on grades 2-8, Museum Educators lead school programs mainly in the Museum galleries
and classrooms, at sites such as the Old North Bridge in Concord, and
occasional outreach programs in schools. Educators also help to set-up
classroom materials and clean spaces and equipment after programs.
experience in teaching or leading children in a group setting and a strong
interest in American history is desired. Excellent interpersonal skills
and the ability to work effectively and collaboratively as a member of a team
is crucial. A schedule with the flexibility to teach on weekdays during
school hours is necessary. This is a part-time position perfect for
graduate students, those with a flexible schedule, retired educators and those
interested in museum education.
How To Apply:
a resume and cover letter to the Director of School Programs at email@example.com EOE
February 27, 2020
3-16 hours per week, $12.75/hour
About this Organization:
Founded in 1886, the Concord Museum has a nationally significant collection of over 35,000 objects, widely emulated education programs, and an active changing exhibition program. The Museum educates visitors of all ages about the history of Concord and its continuing influence on American political, literary, and cultural life. Renowned as the site of one of the first battles of the American Revolution and the home of great American writers and thinkers, including Emerson and Thoreau, Concord has long been a popular destination. The Museum is a center for cultural enjoyment for the region and a gateway to the town of Concord for visitors from around the world. The collection includes American icons such as Paul Revere's lantern; the contents of Henry David Thoreau's cabin at Walden Pond; major Revolutionary War holdings; and exceptionally well-documented furniture, clocks, silver, ceramics, textiles and other artifacts. Accredited by AAM since 1973, the Museum is open 362 days a year and is located 20 miles from Boston.