Docent Tour Guide Training Scheduled for July and August
Cleveland, Ohio (June 24, 2013) - The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage is currently recruiting volunteer docents to lead student and adult tours of the permanent collections and special exhibitions. The Museum is also continually looking for volunteers and interns to assist with all aspects of operation – greeting visitors, assisting customers in the Museum Store, database and office work, assisting at events and more. Experience working with youth as a docent or teacher is helpful but not necessary, but enthusiasm is! Training classes run July 17 – August 28; registration deadline for training is Friday, July 12.
For the docent, the work is enriching and educational, a creative and exciting way to continue lifelong learning and support the Museum’s work. Docents hear the inside story of exhibits from the Museum’s staff, learn from leading professors and community leaders and interact with a diverse range of museum visitors and topics.
Join us and make an impact on our community as we celebrate Cleveland’s rich history, warn about the dangers of hatred, and engage with people from a wide variety of backgrounds to help envision a better tomorrow.
For more information and to arrange an application and interview please contact Martha Sivertson, Director of Volunteer and Visitor Services at 216.593.0587 or email@example.com no later than July 12th.
All training to take place at the Maltz Museum
Wednesday, July 17…9am
Lessons of the Holocaust
Professor Jay Gellar – Case Western Reserve University
Thursday, July 18…9am
Early Cleveland Jewish History and the Impact of Immigration on Cleveland’s Heritage
Sean Martin – Associate Curator, Western Reserve Historical Society
Wednesday, July 24
The History of Anti-Semitism
Jill Rembrandt – Director of Education, Maltz Museum
Thursday, July 25
Judaism As an Evolving Religious Civilization
Mark Davidson – Manager of School & Family Programs, Maltz Museum
August 5 – 28…morning and afternoon sessions
Weekly hands-on training sessions focused on leading gallery tours