There are no open full-time staff positions at this time.
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We encourage alternate funding sources to support short-term project placements with us. The community organizations and programs below may have funding opportunities available to compensate adult and graduate-level workers for time spent working with The History Center. Availability may vary, and placements must be confirmed in agreement with a History Center staff member.
The following campuses and community organizations may also have funding opportunities available to compensate internships and/or research projects. We encourage student workers to pursue alternate funding sources to support their projects and time with The History Center.
SCHOOL MARMS & MASTERS - EIGHT SQUARE SCHOOLHOUSE
Take some local history, a landmark building, a flair for the dramatic and a roomful of kids. Mix well and you will have an unforgettable trip to the past. The History Center is looking for teachers at our 1892 Eight Square Schoolhouse on Hanshaw Road in Dryden. In the spring and fall, area fourth grade and home-schooled children spend a day immersed in rural one-room school education of over a century as part of the Kids Discover the Trail county-wide program.
Type: Part-Time, Seasonal (5-10 weekly work hours April-May with potential expansion to September-October, training days available year-round)
If you are interested in becoming part of our unique teaching team, please contact (607) 273-8284 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Eight Square Schoolhouse is part of Kids Discover the Trail! Kids Discover the Trail! provides experience-based programs at the eight sites of the Discovery Trail, and site-specific books to take home, for elementary students in Tompkins County. This program is funded by the Ithaca Public Education Initiative, gifts from local foundations, businesses, and community members, and is supported by all school districts in Tompkins County.
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