Check this page for positions currently open at Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon. For more ways that you can get involved, please visit our volunteer page.
The mission of Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon is to engage and inspire local, national, and global audiences by telling the story of the American Shakers. In 2004, the Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon became the owner and steward of the North Family site at Mount Lebanon Shaker Village, consisting of 10 remaining Shaker buildings on 30 acres, part of the Mount Lebanon Shaker Society National Historic Landmark. Mount Lebanon was America's largest and leading Shaker community from 1787 to 1947. While the historic site is under restoration, the Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon is open to visitors Friday through Monday, June through October. Access to buildings on the site is provided by guided tour.
Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon is seeking one articulate, energetic Tour Guide and site monitor to represent the museum and provide guided tours four days a week from June 16 to October 9. The guide will lead tours, provide information to the public, operate the museum shop, and monitor the grounds, buildings, and exhibition spaces. Students who have recently completed or are currently pursuing a degree in American history, religious history, art history, museum studies, education, and/or historic preservation are encouraged to apply.Responsibilities:
This is a seasonal, hourly, part-time position with 24 hours per week commitment from Friday to Monday, 10:00 to 4:00, June 16 through October 9, 2017, with four days of paid training the week of June 9. Additional time to assist with special events is a possibility. Guide must be available all four days for the entirety of the season. $10/hour.
Please send resume and cover letter explaining your interest in the position to Lacy Schutz at firstname.lastname@example.org. Use Tour Guide in the subject line.
The mission of Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon is to engage and inspire local, national, and global audiences by telling the story of the American Shakers. In 2004, Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon became owner and steward of the North Family site at Mount Lebanon Shaker Village, consisting of 10 remaining Shaker buildings on 30 acres, part of the Mount Lebanon Shaker Society National Historic Landmark. The museum also maintains a campus in Old Chatham, New York, where the collections are stored and the administrative staff is housed.
Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon is seeking a digital marketing intern to develop and execute a digital marketing campaign to promote the museum’s summer exhibition and programming exploring and celebrating the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in New York State, and the Shakers’ history of gender equality and political engagement. This campaign will run at least through the opening of the exhibition in June, 2017, and could include Facebook ads; social media postings that tie into the state of women’s rights today; online engagement with women in or running for political office; highlighting Shaker and other women who contributed throughout history to women’s equal rights and suffrage; an online landing page that ties the campaign together.Responsibilities:
This is an unpaid internship that can be structured to supply college credit with the approval of participating schools.
Please send resume and a cover letter explaining your interest in the position to Lacy Schutz at email@example.com
Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon is seeking volunteer docents to assist visitors at the historic North Family site in New Lebanon, NY from mid-June to Columbus Day in 2017. Visit our volunteer page for more information.
It is the policy of Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon to provide for equal employment opportunity in and conditions of employment without discrimination based on age, race, creed, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability, marital status, genetic predisposition or carrier status.