The museum hosts special events throughout the year that benefit from a team of host/hostesses. If you are interested in volunteering for one of our events, then you can contact us at LCJMuseum@morgan.edu.
Do you have a special skill for writing for proposals? The museum is always seeking opportunities for financial support. Our programs allow us to keep the doors open and actively engage with the community. If you would like to contribute by assisting in this area contact us at LCJMuseum@morgan.edu.
Internships and Fellowships
The Lillie Carroll Jackson Civil Rights Museum is often engaged in projects that utilize paid and unpaid interns. Projects can provide a professional resume-building experience. Please contact us at LCJMuseum@morgan.edu and include some information about yourself and your interests.
LCJM Graduate Student Museum Internship
Join our team as a volunteer docent and share your Baltimore experience as you interpret the museum's exhibitions. Formal training is available on select dates. Check out our upcoming events to see if we have upcoming docent workshops or contact us at LCJMuseum@morgan.edu to express your interest and find out when the next docent training session will begin. All interested volunteers must fill out our Docent Application.
Program and Education Coordinator:
Morgan State University, a historically black university (HBCU) in Baltimore, Maryland, is seeking an experienced Education Coordinator for the Lillie Carroll Jackson Civil Rights Museum (LCJM), Morgan State’s premier civil rights museum dedicated to the work of Lillie Carroll Jackson and her allies. LCJM is the historical extension of Morgan State University’s history and museum studies academic programs.
LCJM seeks an Education Coordinator who will develop, schedule, market, and lead school visits, public educational programs, and museum tours, lead the docents training program, lead project interns, and facilitate partnerships with Baltimore City Public Schools.
Additionally, the Education Coordinator will refine and implement a programmatic curriculum related to Baltimore’s civil rights leadership history and the contributions of Lillie Carroll Jackson and her allies, with the primary target audience being the elementary, middle, and high school population in the Baltimore City Public School system.
This is a grant-funded two-and-a-half-year position. ǀ 30 to 40 hours per week ǀ $43,600 annually.
How to Apply: Email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Place “LCJM Education Coordinator position” in the subject line and attach the following items: a cover letter, resume, or curriculum vitae, and three professional references, including their contact information.
Position open until filled. Posted 8/24/23
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