Employment + Internships

Employment Opportunities

We are not seeking to fill any positions currently.

The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.


Internships at the Children's Museum of New Hampshire

All internships are unpaid

Marketing Department

Contact:  Interested applicants should email resume and letter of interest to Neva Cole, Communications Director, neva@childrens-museum.org

The Children's Museum of New Hampshire seeks help digitally archiving historical documents, photos, negatives, film, etc from throughout the museum's 36 year history.

This project mainly focuses on scanning photographs, negatives, press articles, and other museum print collatoral into high quality digital files, and then organizing and properly storing the original material.

Time Commitment: Flexible Hours: Part-time, approximately 8 hours / week

Duration of Internship:  year-round

Essential Skills

  • Attention to detail
  • Familiarity with scanning technology or a willingness to learn
  • Follows directions well
  • Can work independently

Education Department

All internships are unpaid

Contact: interested applicants should email resume and letter of interest to Xanthi Gray, Education Director, [xanthi@childrens-museum.org](mailto:xanthi@childrens-museum.org)

The Children's Museum of New Hampshire seeks interns for the Education Department. Interested candidates should have a background or interest in early childhood education, elementary education, family studies, museum studies, child development, nutrition, the sciences, arts or theatre.

Internship experiences can be tailored to individual needs, interests and schedule of availability.

Areas of focus for internships include:
  • The planning and facilitation of special events
  • Curriculum development
  • Relationship building and program development for the homeschool audience
  • Natural sciences program development & delivery
  • Exhibit planning and enhancements
  • Scout overnights and related programs
  • Health and wellness programs and initiatives
  • Early childhood programming & literacy
  • Community education and outreach
  • Gallery 6
  • Family learning workshops and initiatives
  • Evaluation of exhibits and programs

Facilities Management Internship:

  • Participate in facilities project resulting in efficient access to important building resources
  • Working closely with the Director of Visitor Services, organize digital resources in a logical and organized manner
  • Scan and transfer facilities manuals to a digital format and develop an online building manual
  • Document project challenges, if any that were encountered in implementing the project
Benefits of Internship
  • Gain practical experience working on a Facilities Management Project
  • Interact with a variety of professionals involved in facilities management and other aspects of the Children's Museum of New Hampshire administration and operation
  • Help plan, coordinate and execute a project that will favorably impact the efficiencies of facilities management
  • Flexible schedule
Time Commitment
  • Flexible Hours: Part-time, approximately 12 hours / week
  • Duration of Internship: mid-May - August
Essential Skills
  • Interest in Facility/Building Operations Management
  • Strong organizational skill with attention to detail
  • Project management skills
  • Computer savvy
Success Criteria
  • Proactively manage project flow and follow-up on outstanding tasks
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Self-starter initiative

Interested employment seekers should email resume to Visitor Services Director, Douglas Tilton, dtilton@childrens-museum.org

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