CATERING & EVENTS INTERNSHIP
The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History hosts events of varying size, complexity and purpose throughout the year. As Catering and Events Intern for the Museum of Science and History, you will be responsible for coordinating and implementing both corporate and social events. This is a key service and revenue generating position within the Museum, requiring extensive, effective interaction with staff throughout the Museum on a daily basis while exceeding guest and client expectations.
Supervisor, Innovation Gallery and Studios, Part Time- Hourly
The Studio Supervisor is responsible for the oversight of daily operations in Innovation Studios when the Manager and Studio Educator are not on duty. This position assures day to day operational quality, studio appearance, and staff excellence in delivery of guest experience.
Basic Function and Responsibilities including but not limited to:
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Viewing of a Partial Solar Eclipse
Thursday, October 23, 2014
2:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Assistant to the Museum President (Full-time, Exempt)
Live Streaming of a Total Lunar Eclipse
Reel Adventures: Wild
July 15, 23 and 30
Explore the Museum as it comes to life during Reel Adventures: Wild in July.
See live reptiles, go on a guided fossil dig, design and build your own cattle brand, meet Museum characters who’ve come to life and so much more! With two films options, Dinosaurs Alive and Born to be Wild, there’s something for everyone!
Education Facilitator- part time
The Education Department is seeking a qualified, enthusiastic facilitator for the 2015-16 fall/spring school year. This program will work with Pre-school and Kindergarten children throughout the school year. The Education Department’s inquiry-based discovery approach offers children a unique opportunity for learning in a creative, informal environment, using age-appropriate interpretation and hands-on interaction and opportunities. The interdisciplinary curriculum combines science and history with creative activities.