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Fall 2020 Education INTERN (PART-TIME, REMOTE)

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Summary

The National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library is currently seeking an intern to assist with implementation of their 68.77.89 curriculum. This curriculum is designed for teachers using the stories of artists, students, and everyday individuals to teach about how a nation peacefully transitioned from 41 years of Communist rule to democracy in 1989. The intern will help contact teachers to inform them about the curriculum and will help teach the curriculum virtually in classrooms across the country.

Responsibilities

  • Network with teachers via email and phone conversations to educate them about the curriculum.
  • Help teach the curriculum virtually in classrooms across the country.
  • Help the Associate Director of Lifelong Learning draft an article about the curriculum and be listed is a co-author.
  • Help record a virtual public workshop using the curriculum.

Skills/Qualifications

  • Basic level of knowledge about virtual communication or ability to learn technology on the go.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team; comfortable with taking initiative; ability to handle multiple tasks at once.
  • Comfortable teaching at a high school level.
  • Willing to learn the content of the curriculum and historical context.

Title: Fall 2020 Education INTERN (PART-TIME, REMOTE)

Reports to: Associate Director of Lifelong Learning

Status: Flexible with individual schedules. Unpaid internship. Starting in September and ending in December. Some flexibility.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to:
Sarah Henderson,
Associate Director of Lifelong Learning
shenderson@ncsml.org

About the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library

For more than 40 years, the NCSML has collected preserved and interpreted the stories of Czechs and Slovaks. In the beginning, our audience was relatively small, mostly local and composed primarily of visitors with Czech or Slovak heritage. Now a national museum with international standing, our audience has become much more diverse. In recognition of our shifting demographics, the NCSML is positioning itself as a place where anyone from anywhere can appreciate the stories, experiences and contributions of Czechs and Slovaks. It is a place to celebrate cultural diversity and have fun; and it is a place to dig deep. In learning about others, we hope visitors will learn about themselves, and make connections to important contemporary issues.

 The NCSML is an Equal Opportunity Employer, which includes providing equal opportunity for protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.

To apply for this job please visit ncsml.org.

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