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    Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park Summer Camp Intern

    The Annapolis Maritime Museum annually serves more than 8,000 students. We aim to help construct a connection between people and the environment by leading hands-on activities that foster positive outdoor experiences and help stimulate critical thinking. These experiences can help establish a foundation for future sustainable environmental decision making.

    The Education Center at the Annapolis Maritime Museum seeks summer interns to assist with our summer camp, including before and after care. The Summer Camp Intern position is ideal for individuals who are passionate about leading youth, possess a love for the outdoors, and have prior summer camp experience. Successful interns will be energetic, motivated, responsible, and ready to have fun!

    Participating interns will gain:

    Experience in environmental education and curriculum development
    Knowledge of Chesapeake Bay history, ecology, and maritime culture
    Communication and leadership skills including the confidence and knowledge to guide other volunteers and interns

    Intern Responsibilities:

    Assist with all aspects of AMM’s day camps (K-7th grade), including child supervision, daily set up and clean up, and program material management
    Organize, co-teach, and teach a variety of group activities: crafts, outdoor exploration, games, kayaking, etc.
    Aid in the development of hands-on environmental education lessons
    Ensure the site is kept clean, organized, and free of litter
    Communicate with Lead Staff regarding concerns, challenges, and camper experiences
    Assist in maintaining accurate program records including health logs and daily attendance
    Ensure children’s safety, manage behavior, and act as a role model and mentor

    Skills and Qualifications:

    One year of undergraduate study. Biology, Environmental Studies, Education, History or related field preferred
    Demonstrated experience working with children
    High energy and enthusiasm
    Flexibility and the ability to problem solve
    Strong organizational and time management skills
    Willingness to work outside in all weather conditions
    Ability to lift at least 15 pounds
    CPR/First Aid Certification preferred

    Commitment and Stipend

    6 week term: July 9th-27th  &  August 6th-24th
    Stipend of $200 per week; 40 hour work week
    Employment contingent upon fingerprinting and background check

    Please send a letter of interest and resume to:

    Candice Hilliard – community@amaritime.org

    Deadline: April 1, 2018

    To learn more about the museum visit amaritime.org

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    Education Instructor

    The Education Center of the Annapolis Maritime Museum educates youth and adults about maritime heritage and the ecology of the Chesapeake Bay through engaging programs, exhibits, and community events. The Annapolis Maritime Museum is seeking contractual Education Instructors to lead a variety of programs for learners ranging from Pre-K to 12th grade. Grow as an environmental educator while teaching students about the Chesapeake Bay in historic Annapolis, MD. Successful applicants will be hard-working, enthusiastic, and interested in connecting students with the environment.

    Instructors will be called upon to lead programs as needed and will work a flexible schedule, choosing whichever dates and times fit their own availability. The majority of these programs will take place between 8:00am and 4:00pm on weekdays in April and May of 2017; additional teaching opportunities may be available in the summer and fall. Education Instructors will be paid a fixed rate per program with rates dependent on program length.

     

    Responsibilities:

    Facilitate and deliver education programs including their set up and clean up
    Lead a fun and welcoming educational experience for children
    Contribute to the cohesive work environment of the Education Center
    Communicate with Education Center staff regarding students’ experiences
    Maintain and organize program materials
    Ensure children’s safety, manage behavior, and act as a role model and mentor
    Assist with other necessary duties as assigned by the Education Center

    Skills and Qualifications:

    At least one year of undergraduate study towards a degree in Biology, Environmental Studies, Education, or related field. Undergraduate degree in these or similar fields preferred
    Teaching, camp, or child care experience. Experience educating in a field or outdoor setting preferred
    Excellent verbal communication skills, high energy, and enthusiasm
    Flexibility and the ability to problem solve
    Maintain the high standards and quality of the Education Center programs
    Willingness to work outside in all weather conditions
    Ability to lift at least 25 pounds
    Must pass a background check

    Application submission is currently open and applicants will be considered on a rolling basis.

     

    Please send a letter of interest and resume to:

    Heather Richardson – program@amaritime.org

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    Annapolis Maritime Museum Summer Camp Intern

    The Annapolis Maritime Museum annually serves more than 6,000 students. We aim to help construct a connection between people and the environment by leading hands-on activities that foster positive outdoor experiences and help stimulate critical thinking. These experiences can help establish a foundation for future sustainable environmental decision making.

    The Education Center at the Annapolis Maritime Museum is seeking summer interns to assist with our summer camp, before and after are, and additional summer programming. The Summer Camp Intern position is ideal for individuals who are passionate about leading youth, possess a love for the outdoors, and have prior summer camp experience. Successful interns will be energetic, motivated, responsible, and ready to have fun!

    Intern Responsibilities:

    Assist with all aspects of AMM’s day camps (K-8th grade), including child supervision, daily set up and clean up, and program material management
    Organize, teach, and co-teach a variety of group activities: crafts, outdoor exploration, games, kayaking, etc.

    Aid in the development of hands-on environmental education lessons
    Ensure the site is kept clean, organized, and free of litter
    Communicate with Lead Staff regarding concerns, challenges, and camper experiences
    Assist in maintaining accurate program records including health logs and daily attendance
    Ensure children’s safety, manage behavior, and act as a role model and mentor

    Skills and Qualifications:

    One year of undergraduate study. Biology, Environmental Studies, Education, History or related field preferred
    Demonstrated experience working with children
    High energy and enthusiasm
    Flexibility and the ability to problem solve
    Strong organizational and time management skills
    Willingness to work outside in all weather conditions
    Ability to lift at least 25 pounds
    CPR/First Aid Certification preferred
    Employment contingent upon fingerprinting and background check

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  • New Announcement
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    Annapolis Maritime Museum Summer Camp Intern

    The Annapolis Maritime Museum annually serves more than 6,000 students. We aim to help construct a connection between people and the environment by leading hands-on activities that foster positive outdoor experiences and help stimulate critical thinking. These experiences can help establish a foundation for future sustainable environmental decision making.

    The Education Center at the Annapolis Maritime Museum is seeking summer interns to assist with our summer camp, before and after are, and additional summer programming. The Summer Camp Intern position is ideal for individuals who are passionate about leading youth, possess a love for the outdoors, and have prior summer camp experience. Successful interns will be energetic, motivated, responsible, and ready to have fun!

    Intern Responsibilities:

    Assist with all aspects of AMM’s day camps (K-8th grade), including child supervision, daily set up and clean up, and program material management
    Organize, teach, and co-teach a variety of group activities: crafts, outdoor exploration, games, kayaking, etc.

    Aid in the development of hands-on environmental education lessons
    Ensure the site is kept clean, organized, and free of litter
    Communicate with Lead Staff regarding concerns, challenges, and camper experiences
    Assist in maintaining accurate program records including health logs and daily attendance
    Ensure children’s safety, manage behavior, and act as a role model and mentor

    Skills and Qualifications:

    One year of undergraduate study. Biology, Environmental Studies, Education, History or related field preferred
    Demonstrated experience working with children
    High energy and enthusiasm
    Flexibility and the ability to problem solve
    Strong organizational and time management skills
    Willingness to work outside in all weather conditions
    Ability to lift at least 25 pounds
    CPR/First Aid Certification preferred

    Commitment and Stipend

    8 week term: June 12th – August 4th
    Stipend of $200 per week; 40 hour work week
    Employment contingent upon fingerprinting and background check

    Please send a letter of interest and resume to:

    Candice Hilliard – community@amaritime.org

    Application Deadline: March 31, 2017

    To learn more about the museum visit http://www.amaritime.org

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    Education Instructor

    The Annapolis Maritime Museum is seeking contractual Education Instructors to lead after-school and school programs for kids ages 5-10. Grow as an environmental educator while teaching students about the Chesapeake Bay in historic Annapolis, MD. Successful applicants will be hard-working, enthusiastic, and interested in connecting students with the environment. Instructors will be called upon to lead programs as needed and will work a flexible schedule, choosing whichever dates and times fit their own availability. Instructor salary commensurate with experience.

    The Education Center of the Annapolis Maritime Museum educates youth and adults about maritime heritage and the ecology of the Chesapeake Bay through engaging programs, exhibits, and community events. The education instructor will report to the full time education staff.

    Responsibilities:

    Facilitate and deliver education programs including their set up and clean up
    Lead a fun and welcoming educational experience for children
    Contribute to the cohesive work environment of the Education Center
    Maintain and organize program materials
    Perform other tasks as needed

    Skills and Qualifications:

    At least one year of undergraduate study towards a degree in Biology, Environmental Studies, Education, or related field. Undergraduate degree in these or similar fields preferred
    Teaching, camp, or child care experience – experience educating in a field or outdoor setting preferred
    Excellent verbal communication skills, high energy, and enthusiasm
    Flexibility and the ability to problem solve
    Strong organizational and time management skills
    Maintain the high standards and quality of the Education Center programs
    Willingness to work outside in all weather conditions
    Ability to lift at least 25 pounds
    Pass a background check
    Current CPR/First Aid certification preferred

    Application submission is currently open and applicants will be considered on a rolling basis.

    Please send a letter of interest and resume to:
    Heather Richardson – program@amaritime.org
    In your email, please include schedule preferences (e.g. weekends, weekdays)

    To learn more about the museum visit http://www.amaritime.org

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