Louisiana Children's Museum

Volunteering and Internships at Louisiana Children’s Museum

Volunteer Opportunities

Are you outgoing, friendly, enthusiastic and dependable? Do you like to play? Volunteer at the Louisiana Children’s Museum and help us build and connect our community through play. LCM volunteers help families to learn and play together, strengthening our community!

Volunteers are an important part of making the Museum such a magical place; they help to enhance the quality of visits for our guests and they also provide the expertise, creativity and manpower needed to plan and implement our special events and educational programs. Volunteering at the LCM can also be a great way to meet people!  It is our goal to provide a volunteer experience that is rewarding to everyone involved.

We accept applications for student volunteers for weekends, school breaks, and Summer on a rotating basis.  We also have opportunities for college and adult volunteers on weekends and some weekdays during the year.

Summer Volunteers

Currently, LCM is seeking Summer Volunteers to assist with Summer Camps and in our Art Trek Studio.   Our specific volunteer needs are as follows:

– Wetlands and Wildlife Camp    (June 17-21)    2 volunteers

– Space Exploration Camp    (June 24-28)    1 volunteer

– Silly Circus Camp    (July 8-12)    2 volunteers

– Treasure Hunters    (July 15-19)    3 volunteers

– Art Trek Camp   (June 3-7) 1 volunteer

-Art Trek Camp (June 17-21)    1 volunteer

The deadline to apply is Monday, May 6, 2019.  For Student volunteers, CLICK HERE to download our Student Volunteer Application. All high school volunteers MUST be 15 years old and have completed their first semester of 9th grade by January 1 to volunteer.  Please e-mail completed applications to: volunteer@lcm.org.

For adult volunteers, CLICK HERE to download our Adult Volunteer application.  Please e-mail completed applications to: volunteer@lcm.org.

For more information about LCM’s volunteer programVolunteer Handbook


Internship Opportunities

Louisiana Children’s Museum offers many exciting part-time internship opportunities, for credit only, in a variety of areas. If you are interested in pursuing an internship in an area listed below, please submit current resume and cover letter expressing area of interest and time-frame available.

Special Events Intern Positions in the Development Department

 

Special Events Graduate Internship provides a hands-on opportunity to develop a working knowledge of development and special event/fundraising efforts in a Museum/non-profit setting. This position works closely with the Development Director and Special Events Manager to plan, organize, and facilitate all areas of the Museum’s fundraising events. This position is only open to a student currently enrolled in a graduate-level program, and includes a small stipend. Applicants must email resume and one page cover letter to Kathleen Ledet, Special Events Manager, here. No phone calls, please.

 

Special Events Undergraduate Internships provide a hands-on opportunity to develop a working knowledge of development and special event/fundraising efforts in a Museum/non-profit setting. This position works closely with the Development Director and Special Events Manager to plan, organize, and facilitate all areas of the Museum’s fundraising events. This position is only open to students enrolled in an undergraduate program, and must be applied toward college credits. Applicants must email resume and one page cover letter to Kathleen Ledet, Special Events Manager, here. No phone calls, please.

 


Art Trek Intern Position in Education Department

Currenly, LCM is seeking an Art Trek Intern.  The Art Trek Intern’s primary responsibility is to teach hands-on art lessons to Museum guests in the art studio, Art Trek. The Art Trek Intern will assist the Art Educator in facilitating daily art projects with guests in the studio as well as help with necessary set up and clean up. As comfort level builds, the Art Trek Intern will be able to take on and lead certain projects in the studio. When applicable, the Art Trek intern will assist with art installations around the museum and documentation of visitors in the studio.  CLICK HERE for a full Art Trek Intern position description.

Applicants must submit a current resume and one-page cover letter to our Art Trek Educator, here.

Portfolio work a plus. No phone calls, please.


For more information on volunteer or internship opportunities, call:
(504) 266-2416

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