Volunteering and Internships
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Volunteering and Internships at Louisiana Children’s Museum
Are you outgoing, friendly, enthusiastic and dependable? Do you like to play? Volunteer at the Louisiana Children’s Museum and help us build and connect our community through play. LCM volunteers help families to learn and play together, strengthening our community!
Volunteers are an important part of making the Museum such a magical place; they help to enhance the quality of visits for our guests and they also provide the expertise, creativity and manpower needed to plan and implement our special events and educational programs. Volunteering at the LCM can also be a great way to meet people! It is our goal to provide a volunteer experience that is rewarding to everyone involved.
We accept applications for weekend, Spring Break, and Summer high school volunteers on a rotating basis. All high school volunteers MUST be 15 years old and have completed 9th grade by January 1 to volunteer during the Spring semester and by June 1 to volunteer during the summer months. We also have limited opportunities for college and adult volunteers on some weekdays during the year.
Louisiana Children’s Museum offers many exciting part-time internship opportunities, for credit only, in a variety of areas. Traditionally, we have offered internships in Marketing/Public Relations, Development/Special Events, Art Education and Community Outreach Programming. If you are interested in pursuing an internship in any of these areas, please submit current resume and cover letter expressing area of interest and time-frame available to contact below:
Special Events Internship will provide a hands-on opportunity to develop a working knowledge of development and special event/fundraising efforts in a Museum/non-profit setting. This position works closely with the Development Director and Special Events Coordinator to plan, organize, and facilitate all areas of the Museum’s fundraising events. Applicants must email resume and one page cover letter to Kathleen Ledet, Special Events Coordinator, at email@example.com. No phone calls.
Education Programs Intern will assist the Early Learning Manager in the development and implementation of various on-site education programs at the Museum. The position will provide the intern with a hands-on opportunity to develop a working knowledge of Early Childhood education within a Museum/non-profit setting. Applicants must email resume and one page cover letter to Ashley Echols, Early Learning Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls.
Art Trek Intern’s primary responsibility is to teach hands-on art lessons to Museum visitors in the art studio, Art Trek. The intern is also required to develop, implement and evaluate an original hands-on art lesson, and complete a final museum project to be determined with the Art Educator and Education Director. Past projects have included mural painting, exhibit development and design and administrative projects. The intern works closely with the Art Educator and the Education Director. Applicants must email resume and one page cover letter to Vanessa Fung, Art Trek Educator, at email@example.com. No phone calls.
For more information on volunteer or internship opportunities, call: