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Posted May 17, 2022
Educational Outreach Manager
University of Michigan Museum of Natural History
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Salary Range: $45,000 – $50,000

University of Michigan Museum of Natural History is seeking an Educational Outreach Manager to play a key role in the museum’s commitment to supporting and sharing current University of Michigan research with the campus community, K-12 schools, and the public through hands-on activities and opportunities to meet and converse with scientists. The position manages school outreach for the museum, including multiple grant-funded STEM careers pipeline programs.

To apply and for more details, visit https://careers.umich.edu/job_detail/216655/educational-outreach-manager.

Posted April 28, 2022
Senior Program Coordinator
American Museum of Natural History / NYC Science Research Mentoring Consortium 
New York, New York
Salary Range: $58,000

For over 150 years, the American Museum of Natural History in NYC has been dedicated to discovering, interpreting, and disseminating – through scientific research and education – knowledge about human cultures, the natural world, and the universe. The Museum is seeking a Senior Coordinator to oversee the day-to-day operations of the Science Research Mentoring Consortium (http://www.studentresearchnyc.org/), a partnership of 24 academic, research, and cultural institutions committed to providing mentored, science research experiences for 500 NYC high school students annually. The Consortium is managed by Youth Initiatives (YI), a division of the Museum’s Department of Education dedicated to STEM workforce development and science enrichment for youth ages 10 to 24.

The mission of the Consortium is to provide students from historically underrepresented backgrounds access to mentored research internships that will support them in their college and career pathways. The Consortium works towards this goal by fostering a community of practice among partner members (e.g. program administrators, informal educators, and research mentors) who are committed to addressing problems of practice; and identifying and facilitating the diffusion of innovative, effective practices.

Learn more and apply online at: https://careers.amnh.org/postings/2874

Posted April 25, 2022
Vice President of Education
Creative Discovery Museum
Chattanooga, Tennessee
Salary Range: $75,000 – $90,000

Occupational Summary:

Creative Discovery Museum (CDM) is one of Chattanooga’s most dynamic and innovative cultural resources, earning accolades for innovation and quality. The Museum serves nearly 300,000 individuals annually, through museum visits, educational programs, free and reduced-price admission and much more. Of the total individuals served, over 70,000 students participate in the Museum’s school programs both at the Museum and in the classroom.

CDM seeks an enthusiastic, creative, and passionate educator to lead its department of education. The VP of Education is responsible for the overall conception, development and implementation of education programs that support the Museum’s mission of inspiring all children to explore, innovate, create, and play. As a member of the executive team, the VP of Education works with staff, board, and community members to set the strategic direction for the Museum and ensure that the educational activities support the Museum’s goals. As an education leader in the community, the VP serves as an advocate for hands-on, inquiry-based learning and determines how CDM’s education programs can best serve the needs of the children, families, schools and youth serving organizations throughout the greater Chattanooga area.

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