At the Bloomsburg Children’s Museum, we get excited about adding new talent and enthusiasm to our museum team.

STEM Educator- Offsite

The Instructor is responsible for planning, coordinating, and executing all aspects of an offsite visit. The Museum STEM Educators are responsible for delivering highly engaging, interactive and scientifically accurate programs to Pre-K through Middle School students alongside their teachers, parents and caregivers in a variety of formal and informal community settings. Educators deliver programs within libraries and community centers throughout Northeastern PA.
Interested candidates should send ALL of the following materials for consideration to [email protected]:
Resume, cover letter, and three references. (No phone calls or drop-ins, please)

Federal Work Study

We are looking for University students who are available in the spring and fall semesters. The duties of this position include, but are not limited to:
  • Promotes an interactive educational experience for museum visitors
  • Greets visitors at the front desk and exhibit halls
  • Assisting with opening and closing procedures, including daily cleaning
  • Monitoring the exhibit floor for organization, cleanliness, and safety; resetting exhibits; noticing any problems or concerns, and notifying staff
  • Helps set up and facilitate crafts, experiments, and activities during special events
  • Provides support with office work and mailings
  • Works with staff on marketing museum programs
  • Answering phone inquiries and providing basic customer service
  • Facilitating guest exploration within various exhibit spaces
To be considered for the job, you first confirm you are approved for a federal work-study position. To do this, contact Jamie Golden at the Office of Financial Aid ([email protected]).
The museum is a short 15-minute walk from campus. There is parking available if you have a car. We are open Monday-Saturday 10-4. There are also occasional evening events you could work on. The typical hours for this position are anywhere from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. Availability to work over breaks is a plus. We are willing to work around your class schedule!
After getting approval from the financial aid office, please send your resume and availability to Shelby K. at [email protected]
No phone calls or drop-ins, please.


Academic internships are available during Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters for university students who are currently enrolled and are seeking academic credit for a professional museum internship experience. Some fields that work well with our internship program are Art & Art History, Anthropology, Communications/Marketing, Biology, Engineering, and History. Contact us to learn more about interning with The Bloomsburg Children’s Museum.