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Job seekers: please check back from time to time − or if you can't get enough Vermont history, please consider becoming a volunteer and sharing your love of this great state and our heritage!

History for Homeschoolers Co-Teacher

The Vermont Historical Society is seeking to hire a co-teacher for the monthly History for Homeschoolers classes at the Vermont History Museum in Montpelier. The classes are scheduled from 1:00-3:00 on the 2nd Wednesday and Thursday of each month, September through May. See the History for Homeschoolers page for dates and content. Pay is $50.00 per session. Lesson plans will be provided.

Preferred qualities include: an interest in working with homeschool families, flexibility to engage students ages 5-13, knowledge of Vermont history, and a willingness to commit to the series of classes. To apply, please send cover letter, resume, and contact information for 3 references to: victoria.hughes@vermonthistory.org. For more information, call Victoria Hughes, Museum & Education Manager, at (802) 828-1413.

Volunteers

We welcome people who can help us share and preserve Vermont history—and we love our volunteers! If you would like to volunteer, please contact Diane Campbell at (802) 479-8503 or diane.campbell@vermonthistory.org. We always need help with greeting people at our Vermont History Museum in Montpelier or the Vermont History Center in Barre. You can also be a guide for student groups at either location. Some volunteers are a whiz at preparing mailings and others prefer assisting in the library. Let us know how you can help!