Opportunities at MoMath

Are you passionate about spreading a love of mathematics, but don’t see the right fit listed here?  Contact us — we’d love to welcome you to the team!  Send a cover letter, your résumé with GPA, and a 150- to 500-word statement describing your views on mathematics or a life experience you have had related to mathematics to jobs@momath.org.

Become a MoMath volunteer and share your love of math with others!

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Chief Technology Officer

The National Museum of Mathematics makes extensive use of technology to present an engaging and joyful vision of mathematics to visitors. The CTO position would be ideal for someone who combines a breadth of technology experience with an innovative and creative outlook, who is comfortable both with providing strategic guidance and vision, and with managing the detail of implementation where necessary.

Key areas for which the CTO would be responsible are:

  • Maintaining and enhancing the visitor experience around the existing set of 40+ permanent and traveling exhibits; taking advantage of technological advances in the eight years since the Museum opened to expand and deepen the visitor experience
  • Being a creative partner in the design of new permanent, temporary, and traveling exhibits, and overseeing the development of these exhibits by in-house staff and/or external vendors
  • Playing a key role in redefining and expanding the Museum’s web presence, improving its effectiveness in conveying information about the Museum, and extending it into a vehicle for providing a version of the ‘MoMath experience’ to a wider audience through new interactives and other features
  • Overseeing and, as needed, redefining the Museum’s infrastructure: networking, audiovisual, retail, and e-commerce technology
  • Hiring and management of technical staff

The ideal candidate would:

  • Be a technological generalist with a significant breadth of experience and who keeps up with the current state of the art; experience that includes a familiarity with interactive installations is strongly preferred
  • Have the ability to quickly assimilate unfamiliar and complex technological systems
  • Be eager to collaborate in a design and planning context with a wide range of talented mathematicians, designers, mathematics communicators, and others
  • Be comfortable articulating a strategic vision for the Museum’s technology direction at Board and senior management level
  • Ideally have some background in mathematics, though this is not a requirement for the position

To apply, please email the following to jobs@momath.org with a subject line that includes “Chief Technology Officer” and your name: A cover letter explaining how you meet these criteria; a current résumé, including grade point averages; and a separate 150- to 500-word statement describing your views on mathematics or a life experience you have had related to mathematics.

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Exhibit Technician

The National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) is a growing institution that provides insight into the evolving, creative, human, and aesthetic nature of mathematics to a diverse audience of all ages.  Its interactive exhibits and stimulating programs encourage inquiry, spark curiosity, and reveal the wonders of math.

MoMath is seeking an experienced exhibit technician (or exhibit assistant) with a talent for mechanical and electronic maintenance, diagnostics, and troubleshooting to maintain the Museum’s various exhibits and facility in good working order.  Many of the exhibits are highly complex interactives with integrated hardware, firmware, and software.

This opportunity can be either a part-time position or a full-time permanent position.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Resolving routine physical and electronic problems in the Museum’s exhibits
  • Making repairs or performing needed maintenance to the Museum’s facility
  • Assisting MoMath senior and technical staff to improve exhibits and make daily progress on outstanding exhibit and/or facility issues
  • Transporting MoMath traveling exhibits to external locations (by minivan), and installing and troubleshooting them
  • Monitoring exhibit and facility status daily, and logging and reviewing issues in MoMath’s tracking system
  • Operating a laser cutter for various Museum fabrication needs (previous laser cutter experience is not a requirement)
  • Sourcing and purchasing materials and equipment
  • Maintaining exhibit maintenance repair and storage facilities in good order
  • Communicating with fabricators and other partners and vendors as needed to speed resolution of outstanding issues

Qualifications

  • Experience with diagnosing and resolving mechanical and electronic issues
  • Experience building, repairing, refinishing, and being generally handy
  • Competency with carpentry, finishing, and power tools
  • A valid driver’s license and a clean driving record are required
  • The ability to lift 50 pounds is required
  • Strong communication and organization skills
  • Systems administration experience, though not a requirement, would be useful

To apply, please email the following to jobs@momath.org with a subject line that includes “Exhibit Technician/Assistant” and your name: A cover letter explaining how you meet the above criteria; a current résumé, including grade point averages; and a separate 150- to 500-word statement describing your views on mathematics or a life experience you have had related to mathematics.

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Digital Assistant

MoMath is seeking a digital assistant whose technical skills and drive for perfection will motivate them to ensure high-quality, user-friendly content.  The successful individual will coordinate a busy schedule of electronic communications in support of MoMath’s communications team.  In all communications, the individual will be responsible for maintaining a high level of excellence; for ensuring that messaging is accurate, complete, consistent, timely, and appropriate; and for adhering to the Museum’s voice, style, and standards.

Responsibilities:

  • Uploading content to webpages and registration pages for MoMath events in a timely manner.
  • Keeping a variety of webpages up-to-date at all times.
  • Providing quality assurance for all newly published or recently updated content.
  • Identifying and communicating content and site issues, while helping coordinate across teams to find solutions.
  • Ensuring that all external inquiries receive prompt and courteous replies.
  • Facilitating a variety of communications over digital channels.
  • Contributing to documentation and improving processes relating to content production.
  • Other tasks as assigned.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • 1 to 2+ years of experience with digital content production, management, or creation
  • Proficiency in WordPress and HTML; familiarity with database management
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment, adapt to changing priorities, and multi-tasking, all while staying organized and maintaining a high attention to detail
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Creativity in problem-solving
  • Goal-oriented
  • Team player

To apply, please email the following to jobs@momath.org with a subject line that includes “Digital Assistant” and your name: A cover letter explaining how you meet the above criteria; a current résumé, including grade point averages; and a separate 150- to 500-word statement describing your views on mathematics or a life experience you have had related to mathematics.

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Copy Editor

Work from home!

The National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) is a growing institution that provides insight into the evolving, creative, human, and aesthetic nature of mathematics to a diverse audience of all ages. Its interactive exhibits and stimulating programs encourage inquiry, spark curiosity, and reveal the wonders of math.

MoMath is seeking a motivated and savvy copy editor to provide careful and thorough content-editing in a fast-paced work environment. Primary duties will include proofreading, editing, and ensuring adherence to a strict style guide, as well as collaborating with co-workers to deliver quality projects on time. To excel in this role, a candidate will have experience in editing content, a keen eye for detail, and excellent communication and organizational skills. A Bachelor’s Degree in English or related field is strongly preferred.

Responsibilities:

  • Review and revise content for accuracy and quality, verifying spelling, grammar, punctuation, and syntax.
  • Communicate and work with MoMath team to ensure that content is published in a timely manner.
  • Knowledge of Associated Press and Chicago Style guidelines.
  • Ensure correct tone, voice, clarity, flow, and structure of content.
  • Ensure that content adheres to MoMath style guide.
  • Manage multiple projects and consistently meet deadlines.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of three years’ work experience in a relevant role required.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism, English, or related field ;preferred.
  • Experience in publishing and/or editing preferred.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Highly organized and detail-oriented.
  • Leadership and time management skills.
  • Proficient in desktop publishing software and Microsoft Office.
  • Familiarity with HTML, CSS, and WordPress publishing platform a plus.

To apply, please email the following to jobs@momath.org with a subject line that includes “Copy Editor” and your name: A cover letter explaining how you meet these criteria; a current résumé, including grade point averages; and a separate 150- to 500-word statement describing your views on mathematics or a life experience you have had related to mathematics.

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Assistant Floor Manager

The National Museum of Mathematics is seeking a responsible, efficient, and energetic individual to interact with visitors and enhance their experiences in the Museum, at a level of excellence which will help lead the interpretive staff by example.

The Assistant Floor Manager will be the primary responsible party in the visitor center on those days when the Floor Manager is not present.  This position also assists in overseeing the daily operations and visitor services at 11 E 26th St. in Manhattan, NY.

The Assistant Floor Manager will be responsible for the following:

  • Ensuring excellent visitor experiences and visitor satisfaction within the Museum 
  • Understanding the master schedule of Museum facilities and the uses to which they are being put in order to help prepare and provide for success in those uses
  • Assisting in overseeing Museum floor staff, security, maintenance, and volunteers
  • Keeping Museum and employment records, such as inventory, attendance, and hours worked
  • Facilitating group visits, parties, and other events in the Museum
  • Replenishing supplies as needed
  • Providing excellent customer service and support to visitors
  • This position will carry a five-day standard workweek that includes one weekend day (Sunday through Thursday or Tuesday through Saturday).  Flexibility in scheduling is required.  This position reports to the Floor Manager.

Management and operations experience with a museum or visitor center, preferably a hands-on science center, is highly desirable, though other management experience will be considered.  This position requires a four-year college degree, preferably in math or science.  Other critical attributes and skills include: a strong commitment to visitor service and visitor satisfaction; personal communication skills and rapport with visitors; strong organizational and writing skills; ability to help lead a diverse team of floor staff, including many part-time employees; ability to coordinate with the education, retail, volunteer, and other staff within the Museum; and a background in or love of mathematics.

Send the following materials to jobs@momath.org with a subject mentioning “Assistant Floor Manager”: a cover letter; CV including grade point averages; and a 150- to 300-word essay concerning your views on mathematics or a life experience you have had related to mathematics.  Incomplete applications will not be considered.

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IT / Event Technician

The National Museum of Mathematics is a technologically advanced institution operating in the public eye seven days a week, 364 days a year.  The IT/Event Technician is responsible for supporting end users, events, and museum exhibits.  This includes basic networking, internal and public-facing servers, exhibit control systems, audiovisual systems, and desktop computing environments.

The ideal candidate is a flexible generalist with a broad range of experience and the ability to pick up new things quickly.  The work is varied, and a typical week may include helping end users, working with exhibit technicians to debug a custom-designed exhibit installation, and consulting on the AV setup for (and then supporting) an event.  The candidate should be used to taking initiative, prioritizing, and juggling an ever-changing set of demands.

The candidate will be expected to work a five-consecutive-workday schedule, initially anticipated to be Tuesday through Saturday but subject to change as determined by Museum management.

The ideal candidate will have proficiency in:

  • Mac OS (used in both desktop and exhibit contexts)
  • Linux (used for servers and some exhibits)
  • Windows (used in a few legacy server and exhibit contexts)
  • Standard networking technology (routers, switches, firewalls, network-attached storage, VPNs, etc.)
  • General audiovisual systems
  • Onsite event technical experience (soundboards, microphone, and speaker setup)
  • Online event experience (Zoom (meeting and webinar) and attendee management, streaming platforms)
  • Comfort interacting with presenters, users, technicians, and senior management

The following are “nice to have’s.”  The more of them you know, or are excited to learn about, the more fun you’ll have in the job, and the more excited we’ll be to see your résumé:

  • WordPress or website design experience
  • Basic video editing skills and an eye for aesthetics
  • Familiarity with embedded systems (microcontrollers, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, etc.)
  • Any electronics design, repair, or troubleshooting experience
  • Comfort writing scripts and automation tools in Python or Javascript
  • Mechanical skills (We have exhibit technicians to handle the mechanical aspects of exhibit installation and repair, but it’s always helpful if you’re handy!)

To apply, please email the following to jobs@momath.org with a subject line that includes “IT / Event Technician” and your name: a cover letter explaining how you meet these criteria; a current résumé, including grade point averages; and a separate 150- to 500-word statement describing your views on mathematics or a life experience you have had related to mathematics.

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Lead Developer

The National Museum of Mathematics seeks an experienced and creative software developer to lead its diverse development efforts.  This includes upgrades and enhancements to existing exhibits, new temporary and permanent exhibits, interactive experiences for events, web interactives, and internal tools for exhibit control and project management.  The Lead Developer would lead a team of internal developers, and would also interact and collaborate with contract workers and outside vendors on specific projects.

Qualifications:

  • Familiarity with standard modern development languages (JavaScript, Python) and with at least some of the legacy languages in use at the museum (C#, Java, ActionScript)
  • An enthusiasm for learning and understanding new systems and technologies
  • An efficient approach to development, combined with an ability to develop robust systems that can perform reliably in a highly trafficked public environment
  • Willingness and ability to provide a lead to junior developers and contractors
  • Some experience with physical computing (Arduino, sensors, etc.) is preferred

To apply, please email the following to jobs@momath.org with a subject line that includes “Lead Developer” and your name: A cover letter explaining how you meet these criteria; a current résumé, including grade point averages; and a separate 150- to 500-word statement describing your views on mathematics or a life experience you have had related to mathematics.

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Technical Operations Lead

The National Museum of Mathematics is a technologically advanced institution operating seven days a week, 364 days a year in the public eye.  The Technical Operations Lead is responsible for maintaining and enhancing the infrastructure that powers the Museum, including networking, servers (internal and public-facing), exhibit control systems, audiovisual systems, and desktop computing environments.  They are also responsible for the technological aspects of maintaining the Museum’s exhibits, working in conjunction with on-site exhibit technicians.  The Technical Operations Lead will have vital input into the process of replacing and updating legacy elements of the Museum’s infrastructure and in expanding the Museum’s facilities both online and offline, which will be a major focus for MoMath going forward.

The ideal candidate would be a flexible generalist, with a broad range of experience and the ability to pick up new things quickly. The scale of the Museum’s operations is not giant (two locations, under 100 users, approximately 50 exhibits and related installations); the challenges are more about the demands of maintaining a consistent visitor experience in an “always-on,” highly public-facing environment.  Expect the work to be varied: your week may include helping end users, working with exhibit technicians to debug a custom-designed exhibit installation, presenting a plan for infrastructure upgrades to senior management, and consulting on the A/V setup for a new evening program.  You should be used to taking initiative, prioritizing, and juggling an ever-changing set of demands.

You’ll want to be comfortable with most of the following on day one, and confident about becoming proficient in any items on the list you’re less familiar with:

  • Mac OS (used in both desktop and exhibit contexts), Linux (used for servers and some exhibits), and Windows (used in a few legacy server and exhibit contexts)
  • Standard networking technology (routers, switches, firewalls, network-attached storage, VPNs, etc.)
  • Standalone (primarily Linux) and cloud server technologies (AWS, docker, etc)
  • Basic care and feeding of web servers, databases, and related technologies
  • Audiovisual systems
  • Comfort interacting with users, technicians and senior management, and managing small teams

The following are “nice to have’s”.  The more of them you know, or are excited to learn about, the more fun you’ll have in the job, and the more excited we’ll be to see your résumé:

  • Development experience is not essential to the position, but if you’re comfortable writing scripts and automation tools in python or Javascript, that’s a big plus.  Basic ability to navigate code in C#, Java, and ActionScript is an added bonus since most of our exhibits use one or more of these.
  • Familiarity with embedded systems (microcontrollers, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, etc) would be a plus.
  • Any electronics design, repair or troubleshooting experience would be welcome.
  • We have exhibit technicians to handle the mechanical aspects of exhibit installation and repair, but if you’re mechanically skilled that’s always helpful.

To apply, please email the following to jobs@momath.org with a subject line that includes “Technical Operations Lead” and your name: A cover letter explaining how you meet these criteria; a current résumé, including grade point averages; and a separate 150- to 500-word statement describing your views on mathematics or a life experience you have had related to mathematics.

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Educator (Part-time / Substitute / Per diem)

The National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) is a growing institution that provides insight into the evolving, creative, human, and aesthetic nature of mathematics to a diverse audience of all ages.  Its interactive exhibits and stimulating programs encourage inquiry, spark curiosity, and reveal the wonders of math.

MoMath is seeking creative, energetic individuals to join its staff as educators.  The educator role offers the opportunity for a teacher with strong formal K-12 classroom teaching experience to participate in one of America’s major efforts in mathematical outreach to students, teachers, and the public. Online positions are available.

This role is an excellent opportunity for an experienced math teacher to stay active in education.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Educators deliver a variety of MoMath programs, including:

  • Field trip offerings for classes, camps, and other groups that visit the museum
  • In-museum public demonstrations and group activities
  • Mobile museum curricula, including educational outreach activities occurring in schools, community centers, public spaces, and other off-site venues
  • Internship programs
  • After-school and weekend math clubs or enrichment programs
  • Summer math camps and programs

Qualifications:

  • A minimum of one semester of formal K-12 classroom teaching experience is required; experience of at least one year is a strong plus.  Candidates with longer experience, as well as candidates with state certification, are encouraged to apply.  Preschool experience is especially desirable.
  • A strong mathematics background
  • A record of successfully conveying the breadth, beauty, vitality, usefulness, and excitement of modern mathematics to diverse audiences
  • Experience with and enthusiasm for working with groups of K-12 students on mathematical activities
  • A love of communicating mathematical ideas at all levels of sophistication and understanding, especially in ways pitched to be meaningful to a broad public
  • The demonstrated ability to manage a classroom and present a compelling, thought-provoking, and fun experience

To apply, please email the following to jobs@momath.org with a subject line that includes “Educator (Part-time)” and your name: A cover letter that explains how you meet the qualifications for the position; a current résumé, including grade point averages; and a separate 150- to 500-word statement describing your views on mathematics or a life experience you have had related to mathematics.

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Early Childhood Educator

The National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) is a growing institution that provides insight into the evolving, creative, human, and aesthetic nature of mathematics to a diverse audience of all ages.  Its interactive exhibits and stimulating programs encourage inquiry, spark curiosity, and reveal the wonders of math.

MoMath is seeking creative, energetic individuals to join its staff as early childhood educators.  Early childhood educators deliver MoMath’s weekly program, providing lessons to students 2-5 years old.  This educator role offers the opportunity for a teacher with strong formal 3-K to K classroom teaching experience to participate in one of America’s major efforts in mathematical outreach to students, teachers, and the public.

This is a part-time position based in New York City.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Introduce early childhood students to the concepts of patterns, shapes, and numbers through songs, stories, and activities.
  • Establish familiarity with, and present, MoMath’s early childhood lessons and materials.
  • Greet students and parents.
  • Assist visitors as they explore Museum exhibits.
  • Lead activities at summer camps, birthday parties, and other MoMath programs.

Qualifications:

  • A minimum of one year of formal 3-K to K classroom teaching experience is required; state certification or museum experience are desirable.
  • A strong mathematics background
  • Experience with — and enthusiasm for — working with groups of young students on mathematical activities
  • The demonstrated ability to manage a classroom and present a compelling, thought-provoking, and fun experience

To apply, please email the following to jobs@momath.org with a subject line that includes “Early Childhood Educator” and your name: A cover letter that explains how you meet the qualifications for the position; a current résumé, including grade point averages; and a separate 150- to 500-word statement describing your views on mathematics or a life experience you have had related to mathematics.

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Product Developer

The National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) is a growing institution that provides insight into the evolving, creative, human, and aesthetic nature of mathematics to a diverse audience of all ages. Its interactive exhibits and stimulating programs encourage inquiry, spark curiosity, and reveal the wonders of math.

MoMath is seeking a Product Developer to help bring an exclusive series of new mathematical toys and games, inspired by the Museum’s innovative range of exhibits and by the wonder and beauty of mathematics, to market. This is a creative role, and the successful candidate will be expected both to have input into the development of existing ideas and to put forward ideas of his/her own for consideration.

This is a full-time permanent position that offers a full suite of benefits.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Working in collaboration with exhibit designers, mathematics consultants, and technical staff, take initial ideas from concept or prototype form to a final product that is suitable for mass marketing to educational institutions and the general public
  • Identify creative, cost-effective manufacturing solutions to enable the creation of entertaining new games, toys, and puzzles
  • Drive the sourcing and supplier process, including negotiating price and supplier agreements
  • Communicate directly with suppliers and factories to ensure they understand the design requirements and meet quality guidelines and deadlines

Qualifications:

  • History of success as a detail-oriented project manager overseeing the entire product life cycle, from idea to prototype to mass production
  • Proven aptitude to manage complex projects within time and budget constraints
  • A record of producing or conceiving of at least one compelling toy or puzzle, preferably math-related, not currently in commercial production
  • Strong ability to select, negotiate with, and manage contract manufacturers
  • Familiarity with 3D CAD (e.g. SolidWorks/Autodesk Inventor)
  • Experience with rapid prototyping / additive manufacturing preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher preferred
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Knowledge of manufacturing, global supply chain, and regulatory requirements

To apply, please email the following to jobs@momath.org with a subject line that includes “Product Developer” and your name: A cover letter explaining how you meet the above criteria; a current résumé, including grade point averages; and a separate 150- to 500-word statement describing your views on mathematics or a life experience you have had related to mathematics.

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Interpreter (Docent)

The National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) is a growing institution that provides insight into the evolving, creative, human, and aesthetic nature of mathematics to a diverse audience of all ages. Its interactive exhibits and stimulating programs encourage inquiry, spark curiosity, and reveal the wonders of math.

MoMath is seeking full-time and part-time Museum docents (“Interpreters”) to help visitors of all ages, including school groups and families have a rewarding experience during their time at the Museum. These positions require a solid math background, the ability to connect with learners of all ages, and comfort with hands-on education. A strong commitment to customer service is essential.

Full-time and part-time Interpreter opportunities are available. The full-time position offers a full suite of benefits.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assisting visitors as they explore Museum exhibits
  • Explaining the mathematical concepts underlying exhibits and discussing them with visitors
  • Leading interactive demonstrations for Museum visitors as needed
  • Monitoring the status of exhibits to ensure they are in working order and keeping them in neat condition, ready for use
  • Assisting with presentations when educators need additional help
  • Escorting school groups into the Museum
  • Greeting visiting classes and other groups upon arrival
  • Hosting birthday parties and other group events
  • Being a smiling and welcome presence on the Museum floor
  • Monitoring the Museum floor for safety issues
  • Directing visitors to retail for appropriate content-related items
  • Assisting with retail when needed
  • Performing other tasks as assigned

Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in math, science, or equivalent is desirable; college students majoring in math or science are welcome to apply
  • A demonstrated passion for mathematics
  • Strong communication and presentation skills and comfort speaking in front of large groups
  • Previous experience working with children and/or families is a plus
  • Experience in formal education, informal education, and/or with a museum in a visitor-oriented role is a strong plus, but not required

To apply, please email the following to jobs@momath.org with a subject line that includes “Interpreter” and your name: A cover letter explaining how you meet the above criteria; a current résumé, including grade point averages; and a separate 150- to 500-word statement concerning your views on mathematics or a life experience you have had related to mathematics.

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Integrator (Volunteer Docent)

The National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) is a growing institution that provides insight into the evolving, creative, human, and aesthetic nature of mathematics to a diverse audience of all ages. Its interactive exhibits and stimulating programs encourage inquiry, spark curiosity, and reveal the wonders of math.

The National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) is seeking volunteer Integrators to interact with individual visitors and school groups on the exhibition floor to help them have a rewarding experience during their time at the Museum. This position requires a solid math background, the ability to connect with learners of all ages, and a comfort with hands-on education.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Helping to maintain a friendly and welcoming environment for Museum visitors of all ages
  • Engaging with children and adults exploring the Museum and explaining various math concepts through floor activities and permanent exhibits
  • Understanding the Museum’s mission and helping to make MoMath a great family experience
  • Being an active member of the Integrator Program, which includes a commitment of at least two four-hour shifts a month
  • Attending a monthly professional development meeting
  • Dressing in a professional manner and being a positive representative of the Museum
  • Working on other projects as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Passion for mathematics and for the mission of MoMath
  • Bachelor’s degree in math, science, or closely related field
  • Excellent presentation skills and a strong grasp of customer service
  • Comfort speaking in front of large audiences
  • Experience in education, museums, and/or informal learning
  • Previous experience working with children and/or families is a plus

To apply, please email the following to jobs@momath.org with a subject line that includes “Volunteer Integrator” and your name: A cover letter that explains how you meet the above criteria; your résumé, including grade point averages; and a separate 150- to 500-word statement describing your views on mathematics or a life experience you have had related to mathematics.

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Integrators: The MoMath High School Volunteer Program

MoMath accepts a limited number of high school students each year for ongoing volunteer roles during summer vacation and/or September through June.  This is a unique chance to improve your interpersonal and communication skills, explore mathematical concepts, and learn valuable job skills.  MoMath students interact with visitors on the Museum floor and train with professional educators, interpreters, and managers.  Students in the summer program typically volunteer five days a week, for at least eight weeks.  The school-year opportunity requires a commitment of approximately one day per week, typically a Saturday or Sunday.

Please note that the Integrators volunteer program is unpaid.  More information on Integrators is available here.

Apply now for the 2020-2021 academic year (online and/or in person).  The application for Integrators is available here.  Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.

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Please also note that MoMath regularly accepts the help of volunteers, high school and older, to implement various evening and weekend events on a one-off basis throughout the calendar year; if you are interested, please write to volunteers@momath.org.

More information about volunteer opportunities is available here.