How can I make a gift to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History?
Gifts can be made by cash, check, credit card, marketable securities or real property. You can mail your gift or give online through our secure site.
Is my gift tax-deductible?
Yes, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c) (3) organization. Each person’s circumstance is different; check with your tax professional to find out the extent to which your gift can be tax deductible.
A MUSEUM GIFT CARD ALWAYS FITS!
A Museum of Science and History Gift Card is the ideal choice for the science or history buff on your list. Gift Cards are available in any amount and can be used for merchandise in Shop Too!, applied toward an annual membership, for admission or special events, and even in the Stars Café.
OMNI THEATER USHER
The Omni Theater Usher is the front-line host for the Theater. The Usher ensures that our visitors are treated as welcome guests, given whatever assistance they need, and provided a clean, inviting environment. The Usher is responsible for the overall guest experience in the Theater including safety, greeting, direction, escort, ticket taking, and clean-up. Reports to: Theater Projection Manager & Theater Projection Supervisor and is part of the Programs team.
Marketing Assistant- (temporary)
Schedule: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays plus during event times.
The museum is seeking assistance for the marketing team in event planning and advertising. Gain valuable job knowledge while working in a highly creative role often closely with Design, Exhibits, PR and Operations departments including but not limited to:
SPRING 2016 MUSEUM SCHOOL® SCHOOL-AGE CLASSES
In addition to its well-known preschool program, Museum School also offers classes for school-age children. These discovery-based classes feature various science and history topics enriched with Museum specimens and artifacts where appropriate, creative activities, science investigations and other hands-on explorations.
How do airplanes fly? Air Park provides a hands-on look at the forces that lift planes, animals, insects and other objects off the ground and soaring through the air.
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