Her words changed the world.

Employment Opportunities

Now Hiring Interpreters

Interpreters are responsible for facilitating engaging tours of the Harriet Beecher Stowe House. The Interpreter will use Stowe’s story to connect the past to the present, and inspire visitors to emulate her commitment to social justice and positive change.

The Stowe Center seeks a dynamic individual to facilitate dialogue and provide exceptional customer service for visitors and program participants. The Interpreter is a part time, (20- 25 hr.) position on the Education and Visitor Services team. The Interpreter facilitates discussions with members of the public about Harriet Beecher Stowe, the impact of the novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin during the 19th century, and connects relevant and contemporary issues through a guided tour experience. The Interpreter creates a welcoming atmosphere in our Visitor Center and museum store by greeting visitors and speaking to the numerous ways that the Stowe Center carries out its mission.

The Stowe Center is looking for an individual who is customer service oriented, has strong interpersonal skills, is able to take direction, show initiative, and is passionate about social justice. Desirable qualities include an interest in: public history, civic engagement, human rights, and education. Availability on weekends is a must. Register and cash handling and public speaking are also desired.

A group interview will be held on Saturday, June 17th 9:30 – 12:30pm at the Stowe Center.
To be considered for the group interview, please send a cover letter and résumé to hr@stowecenter.org


      
       
 

 

Internships (unpaid) and volunteer opportunities may be available in Programs, Visitor Services, Collections or Marketing. Contact hr@stowecenter.org.

 

The Stowe Center is an equal opportunity employer.  Women and members of protected classes are encouraged to apply.