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Reception Intern

The EUREKA! McConnell Science Museum is seeking dedicated, customer service oriented individuals to be Reception Interns. The incumbents will greet visitors in a positive and professional manner, operate the point of sale system, address customer service issues, assist customers in the exhibit hall, and provide support for the various operations within the EUREKA! facility.

Reception interns will interact with museum visitors / members and the general public, and will be expected to answer questions and fulfill customer service needs relating to memberships, camps, events, and other areas of EUREKA! operations. This position requires strong communication and decision-making skills, and a desire to work within a team setting.

Weekend availability is preferred.

Essential Job Functions:

For additional information regarding this position including internship responsibilities, leadership, public relations, risk management, training, etc, please view the full position description.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Full time college student
  • GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Successful outcomes on a criminal background check

Licenses, Certifications, or Equipment Required

  • CPR, First Aid, AED training required within 90 days of hire

Desired Qualifications / Experience:

  • Prefer experience in customer service

Additional Information:

To apply, applicants must submit the following via email to the Technical Operations Manager, Tom Nelson, at tnelson@eurekasciencemuseum.org.

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STEAM intern

The EUREKA! McConnell Science Museum is seeking dedicated, customer service oriented individuals to be STEAM Interns. The incumbents will be responsible for engaging and educating children in preschool through 12th grade about STEAM using demonstrations and hands-on activities. STEAM Interns deliver educational content in camp programs, birthday parties, school groups, and outreach demonstrations.

The individuals in these positions will be responsible for developing and co-instructing STEAM lessons, providing inquiry-based feedback to program participants, and managing classroom behavior. The incumbents will provide oversight to high school students who are enrolled in the Counselor in Training (CIT) Program. This highly responsible position requires a strong leader who is passionate about science education, has a desire to work with youth, and who can provide meaningful, fun learning experiences to program participants.

Essential Job Functions:

For additional information regarding this position including instructional responsibilities, leadership, public relations, risk management, training, etc, please view the full position description.

Minimum qualifications

  • Full-time college student enrolled in a degree program related to STEAM and/or education
  • GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Successful outcomes on a criminal background check

Licenses, Certificates or Equipment Required

  • CPR, First Aid, AED training required within 90 days of hire

Desired Qualifications / Experience

  • Prefer experience working with youth

Additional Information:

To applicants must submit the following via email to the Education Director, Bree Hare, at bhare@eurekasciencemuseum.org:

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