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About KID Museum
KID Museum is the region’s pioneering experiential museum and educational makerspace. We
empower the next generation with the skills to invent the future. Through hands-on
programming for kids and youth (ages 4-14), we challenge young people to be active makers,
who harness their creativity, curiosity and compassion to build a better world. We design and
deliver programs across the full continuum of learning for kids in pre-k through middle school in
partnership with educators and schools. Our onsite programs, community events, and live,
virtual sessions encourage families to learn and explore together, engage kids in driving their
own learning, and support educators in the classroom. We are deeply committed to equity,
diversity and inclusion, and consistently prioritize reaching low-income students of color with
these transformative learning experiences that unlock opportunity for personal and economic
Through deep, embedded learning partnerships with local public and independent schools, we
support students and teachers in developing new skills and the “mind of a maker.” This
philosophy embodies the mindset that we believe will be necessary for the next generation to
successfully compete in an increasingly diverse, interconnected, and rapidly changing
workforce, driven by technology.
We empower the next generation with the skills to invent the future, and the mindsets, habits,
and skill-sets we teach are practical and powerful in everyday life. We are part of a growing
movement to remake education for every young person, putting them in the driver’s seat and
trusting them to be agents of change. For more information, please visit www.kid-museum.org.
KID Museum is seeking an Education Program Manager to help establish and grow new and
existing KID Museum programs. They will ensure that the planning and implementation of these
programs are in alignment with the organization’s mission, vision and strategic direction. This
position is part of the Education Team and will work closely with members of the team to support
the development of programs and delivery of impactful maker-based learning experiences for
kids and youth.
The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Education and/or STEM field and a
minimum of 4 – 6 years of experience creating/designing educational content. General
knowledge of maker movement, STEM education and NGSS standards preferred. Previous
experience successfully designing culturally responsive programming or curricula that
recognizes and is responsive to diverse learning preferences, abilities and experiences
Commensurate with experience