Job Opportunities

Employment

Thank you for your interest in Bayside Historical Society! Individuals interested in employment at BHS should check this page frequently for updated listings. Contact the office at info@baysidehistorical.org or 718-352-1548.

Education Director, Part-Time

Coordinate, plan, schedule, and teach field trips at our historic "Castle" building at Fort Totten. Duties include administering our education program, managing  program volunteers, working with teachers to schedule trips, and devising/refining curriculum. Hourly rate. Download the full job description here.


Educator, Part-Time
Under the direction of the Education Director, teach field trip sessions to K through 5 students at our historic "Castle" building at Fort Totten. Training provided. Maximum 32 students/trip. Typically 6 to 10 mornings per month, though schedule is flexible. Hourly rate. Download the full job description here.

Internships

Bayside Historical Society offers opportunities to enhance your studies with unpaid internships. Contact the office at info@baysidehistorical.org or 718-352-1548.

Museum Education Intern

The internship will consist of assisting in day-to-day operations of the Education Department at BHS. Primary responsibilities include facilitating and teaching hands-on workshops that encourage interest in and understand of history by school children grades K through 5. Download the full internship description here.

Volunteers

Both weekend and weekday volunteer opportunities are available. Please browse through the areas of interest below, and contact the office at info@baysidehistorical.org or 718-352-1548.

Event Greeter:

Register visitors at events

Direct visitors to event location

Assist with membership applications

Distribute notices about future events

 

Docent: 

Building tours during public hours on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday and during Open House NY events

 

Education Assistant:

Great for retired teachers! Help out with K-5 field trips at the Castle, our historic building at Fort Totten, where students learn about everyday life in Queens in the early 1900s through hands-on activities. Training provided. Maximum 32 students/trip. Flexible schedule — just a few weekday mornings a month!

 

Program Assistant:

Set up for meetings and events

Clean up after meeting and events

 

Saturday Assistant: 

Visitor Greeter 

Building Rental Tours 

Docent Tours

 

Gardening Group:

Spring and fall cleanup, planting

Pruning

Weekly weeding, watering

 

Project Assistance:  

Installing exhibits

Installing artwork for Annual Winter Art Show

Decorating the Castle for holidays/removing and storing decorations

Lawrence Cemetery Assistant: 

Mowing, cleanup, repairs

 

Bayside Historical Society
208 Totten Avenue

Fort Totten
Bayside, NY 11359

718-352-1548

info@baysidehistorical.org

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Programs are supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

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