Objective: To provide in-service learning experiences in museum live animal care, education and exhibition activities.
Housing is available on site at the Schiele Museum of Natural History. Food and transportation are NOT provided. Deadlines for applications: Summer – February 15th.
Qualifications and Requirements:
The Schiele Museum of Natural History is the premier natural science museum in the Charlotte-Metro region and serves over 200,000 visitors a year. Museum interpretive operations deliver mission-based information to visitors and program participants through presentation activities and exhibit experiences. The Education Department, comprised of 8 staff and various supportive part-time or contract interpreters, delivers mission-based programs, events, classes, workshops and field experiences to over 80,000 participants annually, including all segments of audience: students on field trips, outreach programs, adults, families, and organized youth organizations. The James H. Lynn Planetarium, North Carolina’s second largest planetarium, provides public programs weekly to general audiences and for school field trips. Other interpretive operations include the Exhibits Department and Museum Live Animal Program.