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Museum Education Assistant [Arlington Historical Society]

The Arlington Historical Society is seeking students to help teach our Education Program to local 3rd grade classes visiting the Jason Russell House and Smith Museum for their annual field trips.This is an ideal opportunity for undergraduate or graduate students seeking hands-on museum or education experience without the commitment of a full-time internship. Tasks during the Education Program session will include set-up, assisting with tours and activities. Training on activities and the program’s structure will be provided.
Qualifications:
The ideal candidate has museum experience, education experience, and/or art and craft-making experience. Students pursuing Museum Education, Art Education, Studio Art, Art History, History, or Museums Studies are encouraged to apply.
How To Apply:
Email letter of interest and resume to contact@arlingtonhistorical.org
Apply by:
April 22, 2015
Salary:
stipend: $20.00 per session
About this Organization:
The Arlington Historical Society includes the historic Jason Russell House, site of April 19th, 1775 battle, and the Smith Museum. We preserve and interpret the history of Arlington (West Cambridge; Menotomy) MA for the public. We maintain a significant archives and collection related to town history.

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