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Careers & Internships

Join a fantastic fun-filled team!

To apply for employment at The Children’s Museum of Green Bay, please download the application form and send it along with a cover letter to Sabrena Koren.

Level One Internships

Call (920) 432-4397 for more information and ask to speak to the supervisor listed under the internship you are interested in.

Children Interaction

Wage: Unpaid

Requirements: Agree to a background check, weekend availability

Supervisor: Whitney Potvin

Hours per Week: 10-20

Preferred Experience: Some knowledge of childhood development and age appropriate learning objectives

Job Duties:

  • Be present in exhibit spaces to interact with children and adults by encouraging and implementing exhibit objectives
  • Maintain safety of guests and exhibits
  • Provide input on exhibit enhancement
  • Assist with birthday party and field trip activities
Event Planning

Wage: Unpaid

Requirements: Agree to a background check, weekend availability, ability to lift items over 25 lbs

Supervisor: Heather Heil

Hours per Week: 10-20

Preferred Experience: General understanding of fundraising concepts, ability to interact in a professional environment

Job Duties:

  • Participate in planning of small scale events
  • Assist at special events and birthday parties
  • Set up/take down events
  • Create and implement a small scale event
Marketing

Wage: Unpaid

Requirements: Agree to a background check, weekend availability

Supervisor: Heather Heil

Hours per Week: 10-20

Preferred Experience: Some experience with graphic design, knowledge of non-profit needs

Please send a portfolio of graphics experience along with cover letter and resume. 

Job Duties:

  • Complete graphic design work (pending experience)
  • Create flyer and/or promotional plan for an event or program
  • Maintain social media postings
Arts/Programming

Wage: Unpaid

Requirements: Agree to a background check, weekend availability, comfortable being animated in front of adults and children

Supervisor: Whitney Potvin

Hours per Week: 10-20

Preferred Experience: Previous interaction with children, some knowledge of childhood development, age appropriate learning objectives

Job Duties:

  • Assist program leaders during scheduled programs
  • Participate in planning of small scale programs
  • Assist and/or plan weekly activities and art projects
Volunteer Coordination

Wage: Unpaid

Requirements: Agree to a background check, weekend availability

Supervisor: Emma Waszak

Hours per Week: 10-20

Preferred Experience: Some knowledge of non-profit needs, ability to communicate professionally

Job Duties:

  • Enter and track volunteer data
  • Correspond with potential volunteers
  • Analyze volunteer impact on organization
  • Manage volunteer schedule

Level Two Internships

(Work study eligible internships/jobs)

Advanced Child Interaction

Wage: Based on experience

Requirements: Completion of Level One Internship at CMGB or comparable experience at another facility, agree to a background check, weekend availability

Supervisor: Whitney Potvin

Hours per Week: 10-20

Preferred Experience: Some knowledge of childhood development and age appropriate learning objectives, experience or comfort speaking in front of an audience

Job Duties:

  • Lead facilitated activities in exhibits that promote learning objectives
  • Maintain safety of guests and exhibits
  • Provide input in on exhibit enhancement
  • Lead birthday party and field trip activities
Advanced Event Planning

Wage: Based on experience

Requirements: Completion of Level One Internship at CMGB or comparable experience at another facility, agree to a background check, weekend availability

Supervisor: Heather Heil

Hours per Week: 10-20

Preferred Experience: Understanding of aspects of fundraising, ability to interact in a professional environment, experience making and implementing a plan

Job Duties:

  • Participate in planning of medium-large scale events
  • Lead small scale special events and birthday parties
  • Manage volunteers during medium-large scale events
  • Create and implement a medium scale event
Advanced Graphic Design or IT

Wage: Based on experience

Requirements: Completion of Level One Internship at CMGB or comparable experience at another facility, agree to a background check, weekend availability

Supervisor: Heather Heil

Hours per Week: 10-20

Preferred Experience: Graphic design or Web Design experience and knowledge of non-profit needs

Please send a portfolio of graphics experience along with cover letter and resume. 

Job Duties will be determined on area focus, but may include:

  • Develop and create design work for events
  • Perform guest analysis and improvement plan
  • Assist with monthly newsletter
  • Create marketing plans and pieces for medium-large scale events/programs
Advanced Arts/Programming

Wage: Based on experience

Requirements: Completion of Level One Internship at CMGB or comparable experience at another facility, agree to a background check, weekend availability

Supervisor: Whitney Potvin

Hours per Week: 10-20

Preferred Experience: Experience with children in groups, knowledge of childhood development and age appropriate learning objectives, ability to create and implement a plan

Job Duties:

  • Lead programs
  • Plan and develop a medium-large scale program
  • Lead camps and classes
  • Create and implement a new program
Advanced Volunteer Coordination

Wage: Based on experience

Requirements: Completion of Level One Internship at CMGB or comparable experience at another facility, agree to a background check, weekend availability

Supervisor: Emma Waszak

Hours per Week: 10-20

Preferred Experience: Some knowledge of non-profit needs, ability to communicate professionally, ability to speak knowledgeably about organization

Job Duties:

  • Enter and track volunteer data
  • Correspond with potential volunteers
  • Analyze volunteer impact on organization
  • Manage volunteer schedule
  • Plan and implement volunteer recruitment strategy
  • Lead volunteer training sessions
Welcome back! We can't wait to see you. We have missed the sound of your laughter and the opportunity to share family learning in person. When you're ready, here's what you need to know: Face masks are required for visitors ages 5 and up. We have adjusted some exhibit experiences to ensure your family has a safe visit. Social distancing, although counter-intuitive in a children's museum setting, will be encouraged!