A part-time job has opened up for students at the newly restored Washington Monument, starting this summer. For more information, check out this Job Posting.
Maryland Career Fair 2015
February 20, 2015
10 AM – 2:30 PM
University Maryland – Reitz Arena
The Maryland Career Fair provides students with the opportunity to meet with representatives from 150 different organizations including large private companies, government agencies, non-profit organizations and local school districts. The fair is a great opportunity for students to learn about internship, summer and full-time positions from the region’s top employers. Free transportation is provided by the CDO, but students need to register here.
Deadline: March 6th, 2015
The National Electronics Museum in Linthicum, MD is seeking a temporary part-time Museum Educator. This is an approximately 8 week position to start in April and work through the end of May. The job will require some evening and weekend commitments.
The Museum Educator manages and delivers educational and outreach programs, oversees scheduling of group tours and docents, conducts tours, and helps to maintain the Museum’s social media presence. Requirements: Broad knowledge of science and informal science education, ability to communicate with a range of ages and interests, ability to work collaboratively and cooperatively with staff and volunteers at all levels, excellent verbal and written communication skills and must be highly organized, motivated and able to manage multiple projects.
To apply, e-mail resume and cover letter to nem.education(at)gmail.com by March 6th.
A part-time opening for a Staff Researcher has opened at the Maryland State Archives. The position is for 6 months, and relates to the Maryland 400 project (more information can be found on the project’s blog). Candidates must possess or be pursuing a bachelor’s degree in history. View more information and apply for the position here.
The Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit organization that works to build support for progressive organizations across the country. We run campaigns for the Human Rights Campaign, USPIRG, and Environment America. This summer we will be in over 50 cities, working and lobbying to help win environmental and social justice campaigns.
Last summer our staff helped ban off-shore drilling to protect our coasts, repeal Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, and increase food safety standards to make school lunches safer- all while building valuable leadership skills.
Currently, we have paid positions open on our campaign staff in each of our locations. We require that interested candidates are hard workers and have excellent communication skills.
As a member of our staff, you will fundraise, build membership for our partner groups, and educate and activate citizens on pressing issues. You will also have the opportunity to organize press conferences and build coalitions with other non-profit organizations. While on staff, you gain knowledge of pressing concerns our country is facing, learn how to effectively generate public support, and obtain a firm understanding of the political process.
To apply today, please visit www.JobsThatMatter.org or call 1-800-75-EARTH (753-2784).
Gettysburg National Military Park is currently looking for talented historians and thespians to participate in the “Visit to the Past” program for the summer of 2013. This character-based program utilizes living historians to portray soldiers and civilians from the past. Through conducting interpretive programs for the visiting public, these historians can help tell the stories of the men and women who experienced the battle of Gettysburg. Both full-time and part-time employees are being sought for the summer season.
For more information about auditioning for a position, check out this flyer or contact Angie Atkinson at firstname.lastname@example.org