submitted by alumna Kim Nadell
Classification:Regular/Part Time (5 – 20 hrs/week)
Location: Otis House Museum, Boston, MA and Codman Estate, Lincoln, MA
Historic New England seeks a part-time museum teacher whose primary responsibility will be to team teach school and youth programs at Historic New England house museums in the Boston area, as well as outreach programs at schools and youth organizations in the in the Greater Boston area. Programs are offered to pre-school through high school aged students and emphasize an interactive, hands-on approach to learning history. The position offers between 5-20 hours of work per week.
A minimum of a B.A. in American history, education, museum studies or relevant field. Experience working with children is required. Willingness to be flexible and adaptable in all responsibilities and activities. Must have a flexible schedule during the week including afternoons for after school programs. Ability to drive and a valid driver’s license is required.
Date Available: immediately
Please send resume and cover letter to BostonEd@HistoricNewEngland.orgor mail to Education Coordinator, Otis House Museum, 141 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02114. EOE
Historic New England is a museum of cultural history that preserves and presents building, landscapes and objects reflecting New England life from the 17th century to the present. Historic New England is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to attract and support a diverse staff.