ACM offers career building opportunities to university students and recent graduates. Work closely with Museum staff in the Education, Development, Finance and Marketing departments to develop your professional skills and learn more about the Museum field.
MCL is a volunteer and employment readiness program that offers opportunities to Austin area teens (12-17 year olds) to engage in fun and meaningful work at the Austin Children’s Museum that will prepare them for future endeavors.
For more than 63 years, Museum School® at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History has been opening young minds to a world of natural wonder. Museum School offers discovery-based science and history classes in creative learning environments along with a distinctive curriculum that is supported by the Museum’s science and history collections. The summer program features classes for preschool-age children who will be age three, four or five by May 31, 2012 and children who will be entering kindergarten through sixth grade this fall 2012. Classes focus on natural and physical science, history, anthropology and creativity. This summer features a special class called “Gross Factor” for 2-4th graders in association with the Museum’s “Grossology” exhibit.
The Health Museum, in partnership with the Duke University Talent Identification Program, proudly presents Academic Adventures in the Houston Museum District. Open to fifth and sixth grade students who have participated in the Duke TIP 4th/5th Grade Talent Search, these day long courses provide challenging, hands-on learning experiences that promote creativity and critical thinking and allow students to explore topics not typically covered in school.
Heard Summer Nature Camps will feature opportunities to delve into the wonders of nature on our 289-acre sanctuary, encounter animal ambassadors, and investigate nature-themed topics. Campers aged 5-12 years have two different themed nature camps, Camp Lemur and Camp Macaw, to pick from — experience one or both camps for a variety of age-appropriate lessons and activities.
Sci-Tech Discovery Center is proud to continue its partnership with Newton’s Lab as we continue to provide children with the opportunity to design, build and create their own contraptions. In preparation for summer, we have decided to include a Newton’s Lab camp to supplement our already amazing line-up. As with all Newton’s Lab programs, kids will get to build their own creations by sawing, hammering and screwing together the different materials.