🎉 24 New Museum Jobs Feb 15/2019

Last call for Museum Hack Boot Camp applications. Feb 22 – 24 in Washington DC. Apply here. Question: Should you volunteer to further your museum career? Check out this post on unpaid work and share your thoughts in the comments. Here are the 24 new jobs posted on Museum.Jobs this week! Executive Director – Cortland, NY Collection

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Michael Banks, Curator: Museum Job Spotlight

  My name is… Michael Banks The name of my museum is… Griffith University My job title is… Curator – Griffith Archive   What’s your day to day like? What are your main responsibilities? My main responsibility is to tell the Griffith Story. Which essentially means preserving and sharing the history of my organization – Griffith University. I

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MuseNews June Roundup

Here at Museum Hack, we believe museums are f***ing awesome. Every month, we hear awesome stories from our museum network about new exhibits, acquisitions, events and more. Please enjoy this monthly roundup of some of the most awesome museum news happening around the globe.

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Life Is What You Make It: Leadership Lessons From Eleanor Of Aquitaine

Here’s just a tiny portion of what today’s bad*ss bitch was adept at: arithmetic, history, the constellations, household management, embroidery, needlepoint, sewing, spinning, weaving, conversation, dancing, backgammon, checkers, chess, playing the harp, singing, music, literature, riding, hawking, and hunting!1 Impressed yet? Eleanor of Aquitaine was not only a boss at all of the above-listed skills,

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Why Museums Produce Great Employees

Searching for your next great hire? Look no further than your local museum. Most museums are fast-paced, customer-facing, community-focused institutions that cultivate valuable skills for almost any industry. So whether you’re an employer looking for new staff, or a museum worker in the market for a new job, it’s time to recognize all awesome transferable

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More Than A Remote Chance Of Success

Forget the flying cars, the robots that will do your laundry, and the moving sidewalks in every major metropolitan area. The real innovation of the future is remote work, and we’re here to dispel a few common myths about this approach to business. Now, when you heard the term “remote work,” there’s a good chance

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Museum Squad Goals Vs. Museum Roles

Curatorial, Events, Programs, Education, Conservation, Sponsorship, Visitor Services…museums all over the world have diverse collections and diverse organizational structures. In some museums, one person may be what three people are in another museum and some museums may not have any staff. Instead, they’re entirely volunteer run. Whilst the staff composition may vary between museums, the goal of

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