This summer, the Ute Indian Museum is looking for high school students to assist the museum in educational programs, customer service, social media marketing, historic re-enactment, and other museum-related programs.
Each member of Museum Corps must be able to commit to an average of 6 hours a week for the summer – starting the week of June 13 through August 5. (Of course, we can work around family vacations and other obligations.) Teens who fulfill this obligation will earn a cash education award at the end of the summer. Participants will also earn a free t-shirt, lots of great real-world experience, and over 50 hours for school-related community service credit.
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*The deadline to apply is May 25, 2022.
All qualified applicants will be invited to attend a group & individual interview. Participants who are selected for the Teen Museum Corps will be required to attend an orientation on June 10th from 11 - 2 PM.
Join the Associate Curator of African American History and Cultural Heritage as a Regional Ambassador for History Colorado! Your assistance in establishing contacts, partners, and content will highlight the important contributions African-American’s have played and continue to play in Colorado’s history. Sixteen Regional Ambassadors will be selected, four from each region.
**Those who are accepted to the Regional Ambassador Volunteer program will be notified by Jan. 31, 2022**
Work with curator to better understand Black Communities in your area
Connect History Colorado to organizations/individuals who promote or preserve Black History near you
Help the team create and evaluate content to be included in the "Black Heritage Trail"
All selected Ambassadors must pass a background check.