Jobs and Internships

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The Children's Museum of Manhattan is dedicated to inspiring children and families to learn about themselves and our culturally diverse world through a unique environment of interactive exhibitions and programs. We’re often looking to expand our team and bring unique, innovative professionals to the Museum. Check back here often to see up-to-date employment opportunities.
 

Full Time Positions

Deputy Director, Philanthropy
The Children’s Museum of Manhattan is seeking a full-time Deputy Director to lead philanthropic relationships in the External Relations Department. Learn more about this position and how to apply »
 

Part Time Positions

Public Programs Educators
The Public Programs Department at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan is seeking part-time Museum Educators to work directly with museum visitors as part of the Education Department. Learn more about this position and how to apply »

School Programs Educators
The School Programs Department at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan is looking for dedicated educators to work with visiting school groups and outreach programs in neighborhoods throughout New York City. Learn more about this position and how to apply »

Lead Early Childhood Educator
The Children’s Museum of Manhattan is seeking a lead Early Childhood teacher to teach CMOM’s Enrollment Classes for children 14 months to 3 years and their caregivers. These intimate classes celebrate and nurture individual learning styles by supporting children as they play and learn. The position also includes teaching early childhood health and literacy outreach programs throughout NYC, and leading professional development workshops for childcare providers and teachers. Learn more about this position and how to apply »

 

Internships

Education and Aministrative Internships
The Children's Museum of Manhattan is an exceptional institution with internship options for college and graduate students interested in the museum and education fields. For decades, CMOM has been a destination and resource for schools and families of all backgrounds to come to learn, play, and grow together. As an intern you will gain real world experience and relevant skills that support your education and career exploration. Learn more about museum and education internship opportunities and apply now »

Graphic Design and Exhibition Design Internships
Interns will design a variety of materials for upcoming exhibitions and various museum departments. Qualifications must include design portfolio and knowledge of industry standard computer software. Learn more about design internship opportunities »

Jobs and Internships

Save the Date!
CMOM 2014 Spring Gala

Thursday, 15 May 2014
The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers

Schedule of Programs

Movement & Circle Time, 11:00am

5 & younger

Sing, move your body and use your listening ears to hear special stories.

 

Dynamic H2O Science Labs, 11:00am

6 & older

Engineer a miniature aqueduct system, clean water through natural filtration, search for pollutants and other chemicals in water or create prints to explore the diverse sea life found in New York City’s rivers.

11am-4pm

Jam Band, 11:30am

5 & younger

Use tambourines, maracas, bells and rhythm sticks to make beats as CMOM educators lead you in a collaborative and creative jam session.

Parachute Play, 12:00pm

5 & younger

Blue and green, yellow and red. What colors can you find over head?

Mural Wall Painting, 12:00pm

5 & younger

Mix paint on the PlayWorks™ Mural Wall.

Haja: The Bird Who Was Afraid to Fly with Julia Jordon Kamanda, 12:00pm

5 & younger

Celebrate world music and learn about the element of rhythm with the author of Haja: The Bird Who Was Afraid to Fly! West Africa's vibrant colors and sounds come to life in the tale of a small bird who must face her biggest fear. Meet singer-songwriter and "Music Mommy", Julia Jordan Kamanda as she shares the story and music from Haja's world.

Create a paper cup drum with Julia Jordon Kamanda, 2:00pm

6 & older

Celebrate world music and learn about the element of rhythm with the author of Haja: The Bird Who Was Afraid to Fly! Meet singer-songwriter, Julia Jordan Kamanda as she helps you create a paper cup drum inspired by the music in her story.

* Due to limited space, this program requires you to sign-up for entry. Sign-up in the lobby one hour before the event.

Seashell Exploration, 3:00pm

5 & younger

Seashells come in all shapes, colors and sizes.  Investigate various types of seashells using magnifying glasses. What do they have in common? How are they different?

Movement & Circle Time, 4:00pm

5 & younger

Sing, move your body and use your listening ears to hear special stories.

 

Full Calendar