Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Position: School & Tour Services Coordinator
The Petersen Automotive Museum is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to explore and present the history of the automobile and its impact on American life and culture using Los Angeles as the prime example. Located in the heart of Los Angeles’ famed Miracle Mile district, the Petersen Automotive Museum is one of the world’s largest and most innovative automotive museums.
The School & Tour Services Coordinator is responsible for managing the Museum’s programs and services for schools, teachers, and volunteers. The School & Tour Services Coordinator is also responsible for managing the public tour programs and managing and training volunteer docents.
• Manages all aspects of the planning, development, and administration of school and teacher programs, including school visits, teacher previews, professional development workshops and other services.
• Develops written and on-line curricular and school visit materials for the permanent collection and changing exhibitions.
• Coordinates the Museum’s tour programs that serve a wide range of audiences including schools, car clubs and other organized groups with administrative assistance from the Education Program Scheduling Assistant.
• Trains docents to lead tours in galleries.
• Manages the Museum’s volunteer program, including the recruitment, training, placement, retention, supervision and evaluation of volunteers.
• Serves as the primary liaison between the Museum staff and volunteers.
• Maintains and updates the policies and procedures of the volunteer program and provides volunteers with clear instructions and guidelines.
• Oversees volunteer meetings, fieldtrips, special events and projects including the annual volunteer appreciation dinner and monthly volunteer meetings.
• Assists the Education Manager in the development and implementation of on- and off-site educational programs, community outreach programs, as well as educational literature and publications.
• Assists the Education Manager in preparation of the annual budget for school and tour programs.
• Available to represent the Museum at off-site meetings.
• Performs administrative duties related to scheduling tours and volunteer shifts.
Education, Experience, and Skills Required:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Museum Studies, History, Sociology, or related field preferred.
• 2 years in a museum or informal education setting, or other relevant experience.
• 1 year experience managing or supervising volunteers or staff.
• Classroom or gallery teaching experience desired.
• Able to work varied hours including evenings or weekends depending on program needs.
• Outgoing, self-motivated person who enjoys working with volunteers and teachers.
• Excellent interpersonal skills, attention to detail, and a willingness to work as a member of a team.
• Excellent written and oral communication and customer service skills.
To apply, please fax or email cover letter and resume with salary history to: Petersen Automotive Museum, HR Dept., 6060 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036, or fax to (323)930-6642 or email email@example.com
Please mention the tile of the position you are applying for in the subject line of your email.
Please open the link below to view the job vacancy announcement for the External Auditor 1 position (position number 20036353) in the Division of Fiscal Administration/Audits:
Apply on-line via the Ohio Hiring Management System (OHMS):
Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities
Division of Human Resources/Office of Personnel Services
614.728.4823The mission of the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities is continuous improvement of the quality of life for Ohio citizens with developmental disabilities and their families.
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
All Pittsburgh CLO Internships are unpaid, however, interns are provided with a $100 per contracted work week to help off set expenses.
Start and end dates for internships vary by position:
Administrative (Early May – Mid August) Production (Late May – Mid August) Education (Mid June – Mid August)
Administrative interns may occasionally be asked to work evenings or weekends as needed. Production interns can expect to work long and/or unusual hours due to the concentration of the season and the theatrical nature of the work.
The CLO Internship Program is offered to students 18 years of age and older. The Internship Program has resulted in college credits for some students (check with your advisor) and has influenced many to pursue their interest professionally.
Interviews will begin March 2011.
Choose the internship that best fits your talents and goals
Works closely with PR/Marketing and Group Sales Managers to market and promote the current and upcoming shows at the CLO Cabaret through a variety of outreach programs. Duties may also include assisting the General Manager and production team during rehearsals for the upcoming show.
Assists multiple Choreographers with notes, attends all rehearsals, techs and opening nights with Choreographer.
Assists with housing and transportation of cast members, performs administrative tasks and works with guest artists and production staff as required. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license.
Assists with wardrobe fittings, obtaining costume pieces and taking notes during tech and opening nights.
Manages complimentary outreach ticket programs, Kelly Circle and “A” in Arts; coordinates weekly donor benefit mailings; assists with Development projects and events, such as donor luncheons and the Donor Dress Rehearsal; provides support to the Development Office as needed.
Education & Outreach
Assists CLO Academy staff with its summer camp program. Position works directly with students.
Applies daily updates to the Pittsburgh CLO website including cast information, production photos, video clips and more. Assists with graphic emails and projects.
Assists Hair Designer with performances. Must have prior experience working with hair and wigs.
Assists Lighting Designers with pre-show drafting, light plots and other lighting duties. Knowledge of Lightwright would be helpful.
Assists Musical Director and Arranger. Transcribes, transposes and copies music, preparing the orchestra parts for each production. Working knowledge of Finale is helpful.
Assists with special event administration and marketing
of the National High School Musical Theater Awards program - an annual event held in New York City.
Assists Production Manager, works with stage crew
and all technical departments.
Assists Props Coordinator in obtaining and designing props. Must have a valid drivers license.
Public Relations/Special Events
Writes press releases and program stories. Assists with a variety of marketing and PR activities including interviews, promotional events, displays, themes and decorations for cast parties, opening night gifts for actors, welcome baskets and a variety of administrative tasks.
Assists House Soundman with rehearsal notes and cues, attends all rehearsals, techs and performances.
Assists multiple Directors with notes, attends all rehearsals, techs and opening nights with Director.
Assists Stage Managers with rehearsals, schedules, works backstage during technical/dress rehearsals and performances.
Shoots, edits and produces video spots of performances, rehearsals, cast parties and education programs for use on the website, in presentations and for local TV stations.
For more information, visit
Our current class or 85 students is incredibly strong and diverse, represented by more than 40 majors and 30 undergraduate institutions, including Boston College, Colgate University, Dickinson College, Duke University, Georgetown University, Middlebury College, Oklahoma State, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of California at Davis, University of Mississippi, Notre Dame, Vanderbilt University, and Washington & Lee University, among others. The average undergraduate GPA was a 3.4, the average GMAT score a 670, and the average GRE score a 1270.
For more information contact:
Associate Director of Graduate Recruiting
McIntire School of Commerce
University of Virginia
Rouss & Robertson Halls, Room 160
PO Box 400173
Charlottesville, VA 22904
phone: (434) 243-4992
fax: (434) 924-7074
McIntire remains top-ranked by Business Week among
Nation's Best Undergraduate Business Programs!
June 2011-June 2012
One year Fellowship
June 2011- June 2013
Two year Fellowship
Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, Vermont is recruiting a one-year and a two-year Education Fellow.
The two-year position runs from June 2011 to June 2013. The one year position runs from June 2011 to June 2012. Fellows are integral members of the Education Department staff and play essential roles in all facets of the museum's educational services to the public including: academic programs for k-12 and homeschooled students; adult learners, special needs audiences; family audiences; seasonal staff, and more. Fellows provide administrative and logistical support for current programming and have the opportunity to be involved in the development of new programmatic initiatives
Candidates must be comfortable working with diverse publics. Experience working with children in academic or informal learning environments - school, camps, museums, etc. - required. Friendly, can-do attitude necessary, with good time management skills to juggle multiple responsibilities. Ability to work independently, as well as cooperatively, within the education department and with staff from across the museum. Excellent verbal and written communications skills. Experience in research. CPR/first aid certification a plus.
B.A. or B.S. is required with background in studio art, art history, education, museum studies or similar expected. Valid driver's license to operate Museum vehicles, required. Ability to lift 35 lbs, ability to walk and stand for significant periods of time.
Annual stipend of $16,000 plus Museum housing provided, paid leave, and eligibility to participate in the Museum's 401(k) plan after 1 year (does not include medical benefits). There will be 6- and 12-month performance reviews.
To apply send brief cover letter, resume, two references, one letter of recommendation, and a list of relevant courses, grades, and overall GPA. Address application materials to Megan Zinner, HR, Shelburne Museum, P.O. Box 10, Shelburne, VT, 05482. Application materials and questions can be emailed to
Ms. Zinner firstname.lastname@example.org
The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art Internship Program provides insight into museum careers through practical work experience not available in most academic settings. Interns participate in daily operations of a specific department and participate in activities that provide a “behind the scenes” view of the Museum. Positions for 2011 are in the Art Library, Asian Art, Education, Modern and Contemporary Art, Public Relations, Registration, and Technical Production.
The internship consists of ten, 40-hour weeks from May 27 – August 4, 2011. Interns earn $11.25 per hour (less taxes) and are paid bi-weekly. Interns are responsible for their own housing (the Museum will assist with locating nearby rentals).
Candidates must be graduating seniors or current graduate students. International students must have a current US Visa and be eligible to work in the US. The positions require fingerprinting. The Museum encourages students from all backgrounds to apply and is committed to a culturally diverse group.
The application deadline is March 1, 2011.
Located on a 66-acre estate on Sarasota Bay, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art is the State Art Museum of Florida. The Museum of Art offers 21 galleries of European paintings as well as Cypriot antiquities, Asian art, American paintings, and contemporary art. The campus also includes Cà d’Zan, the Ringling historic mansion; the Circus Museum; the Tibbals Learning Center; and The Historic Asolo Theater. As a division of Florida State University, the Ringling estate is one of the largest university museum complexes in the nation.
Position descriptions and the application are available on our website at http://www.ringling.org/Opportunities.aspx.
For additional information, contact Karen Patriarca, Student Services Coordinator at email@example.com
We hope that you will post this announcement about our major teacher recruitment event February 23 - 25, 2011.
Hundreds of administrators from private & independent schools will be attending the annual conference of the National Association of Independent Schools, and many of these administrators will be interviewing candidates from STA at the conference.
To be eligible to attend the STA Fair in Washington, candidates must apply by January 28, 2011. For more information, please go to our website: www.SouthernTeachers.com.
Important note: Private schools certainly value candidates who have gone through a teacher certification program, but they have the flexibility to hire graduates to teach in their major. For example, many schools will hire a math major who wants to teach math. So please distribute this information to education majors and liberal arts majors who want to teach.
Thanks for your consideration. If you have questions, we would be delighted to speak with you. Or you may visit our website for more information: www.SouthernTeachers.com.
Southern Teachers Agency
Experience real science and engineering,performing cutting-edge research at the US Air Force’s graduate school …and get paid!
The Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT)
Summer 2011 Internships Available – Apply Now
Computer Science · Materials Science · Mathematics
Operations Research · Physics
Aeronautical · Astronautical · Electrical & Computer
Mechanical · Nuclear · Systems
Apply On-Line Today!
(U.S. Citizens only)
Application Deadline: January 31, 2011
To apply, please visit: www.columbia.edu/cu/mpaenvironment/pages/application.html. Representatives of the program are on hand and able to answer any questions you might have about the program or applying. We are available by phone, email, scheduled visits, and drop-ins. Do not hesitate to let us know how we can help you.
Fellowship consideration deadline: January 15
Final application deadline: February 15
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-854-3142 with questions. Please pass on this message to others who may be interested in this exciting program.
Masters in Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy
Office of Academic and Research Programs
The Earth Institute at Columbia University
Datatel's Software Development Division accepts intern applications for:
programming quality assurance documentation
As many of you know, the selected interns are given the unique opportunity to come to Datatel's Fairfax, Virginia office and become immersed in the day-to-day business of commercial software development. The selected students participate in a training program and then engage in substantive work related to Datatel's products. Each intern is assigned to a development team and works with a formal mentor. In addition to receiving training and work experience, many past interns have been hired as Datatel employees after graduation. This is a paid internship and free corporate housing is provided to students during their stay in Fairfax, Virginia.
If you know of students you feel would be a good match for Datatel's Software Development Internship Program, please refer them to the following website to learn more about the program: http://www.datatel.com/files/internships/home.htm
Applications for the summer 2011 program are due by Friday, February 4, 2011. Details for the application requirements can be found at the above mentioned website. Students should apply on-line and send all application information to email@example.com.
To learn more about Datatel, please visit www.datatel.com.
If you have any questions about the program, please contact Pat Abbott, Intern Recruiter, at 703.802.3977 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and reference the SDD Summer Internship Program.
The Columbus Blue Jackets invite you to our 5th Annual Career Fair. This exclusive event will give you access to hiring personnel from professional sports teams, college athletics, sport/entertainment marketing companies and several of the area’s leading businesses. Additional tickets for family and friends are available for $25.
Order online at https://www.formstack.com/forms/?1032923-k6pj8IOU7P
The Waukesha County Museum is offering part-time, unpaid internships
in its Education Department with its 2011 summer camps. The museum’s
Education Department presents Waukesha County’s history to visitors of
all ages through on-site education programs, special events, summer
camps, Discovery Boxes, and outreach programs. The Summer Camp Interns
will work directly with the Director of Education to develop,
implement, and evaluate the museum’s 2011 summer camps, which will
take place June 20 to 24, July 18 to 22, and August 22 to 26, 8:15 am
to 5:00 pm, and will focus on science, art, and play, respectively.
They will work both behind the scenes and with the public and
Development & Marketing Internship - Summer 2011 (http://bit.ly/g4GDyB)
The Waukesha County Historical Society and Museum is offering a
part-time, unpaid internship position in its Development & Marketing
Department for the spring of 2011. The WCHSM Development & Marketing
Department plays a vital role in coordinating efforts to bring the
museum’s exhibits, programs, and activities to the attention of the
general public and to engage supporters through their donations of
time, talent, and treasure. The Department is an essential component
of the administration of the museum and critical to its long-term
viability in the county. The Marketing/Communications Intern (MCI)
will report to the Director of Development & Marketing, aiding in
designing, implementing, evaluating, and revising all aspects of the
museum’s marketing/communications program. The MCI will function as a
team member in both the Department and as a member of the entire
museum staff. The MCI will also receive exposure to and opportunities
to interact with other museum professionals (curator, archivist,
education director, etc.).
Exhibit Research Internship - Summer 2011 (http://bit.ly/gNHDpG)
The Waukesha County Museum is offering two part-time, unpaid Exhibit
Research Internships for the summer of 2011. The Exhibits Research
Internship will provide practical experience researching exhibits that
present Waukesha County’s history to visitors of all ages. In 2011,
this will include preparations and installation for summer/fall 2011
exhibits, including key roles in the installation of the late summer
traveling exhibit and the dismantling of our current exhibit, Memories
of WWII.The intern will work directly with the Curator of Collections
& Exhibits and Archivist in many aspects of the museum’s exhibit
research, including utilizing the two- and three-dimensional
collections and researching secondary sources.
Kristen M. Matlick – Director of Education – Waukesha County Museum
101 W. Main St., Waukesha, WI 53186 – (262) 521-2859 ext. 224,
Apply on-line at http://careers.ohio.gov/
HCM Senior Analyst
Department of Developmental Disabilities
• Introduction to Art and Building Restoration in Italy
• Surveying and Analyzing Historic Buildings
• Introduction to Conservation of Archeological Ceramics
• Introduction to Paper Restoration
• Traditional Painting Methods and Restoration Techniques
• Restoration Issues and Theory in Italy
• Restoration of the Porta Burgis
• Surveying the 12th Century San Giovanni Battista Church complex
• Surveying the Church of Santo Gemine
• Archaeological survey of the public baths in Carsulae
To find out more about our program and review the syllabi, please visit our website: HTTP://SANGEMINISTUDIES.ORG
Our courses are open to students from various disciplines, both undergraduate and graduate. All lessons are taught in English.
If you know any students, scholars, or others interested in this type of study, please inform them about our program. We would appreciate it if you could list our program on your organization's website as an available educational resource.
We have a 2011 flyer that you may wish to post on your department notice board or forward to interested parties. You can print this from our website, on our About Us page (http://sangeministudies.info/contac-us/about-us). Please let us know if you have any problem printing and we can email you the PDF.
Thank you very much.
Cordially, Max Cardillo
Director, San Gemini Preservation Studies Program
International Institute for Restoration & Preservation Studies
US Tel: (718) 768-3508
Teachers will conduct classes and programs in a variety of settings for school groups and the general public. Instructors will be required to learn all Newseum curricula and adhere to Education practices and procedures.
· Teach Newseum developed, on-site school programs to visiting school groups in the classroom and exhibit space
· Lead activities with school groups and family audiences
· Work with curriculum developer to create lesson resources and hands on activities
· Assist with researching and writing fact sheets, web content, teacher publications and other education resources
· Assists with record keeping and booking field trips
· Maintain inventories and teaching equipment
· Assist with special events
· Other duties as assigned
· Bachelor's degree in history, journalism or education preferred
· Experience in and/or knowledge of American history, the First Amendment and Journalism
· Computer experience and ability to learn technology based curriculum required
· Experience working with children in a non formal education setting a plus
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills
· Customer service skills with visitors of all ages
· Ability to pay careful attention to accuracy and bias free content
· Must work enthusiastically, respectfully, and professionally with a wide variety of audiences and have a passion for helping people discover and explore history, the First Amendment and journalism
· Energetic, outgoing and friendly
· Organized, creative and flexible self-starter able to work as part of a team as well as independently
· Ability to work some weekends, holidays and evenings
Please send your resume, a letter of interest and three references to:
Human Resources Department
555 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20001