Must love children! And learning!
Be part of a rapidly expanding, innovative team.
DuPage Children’s Museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and an equal opportunity employer.
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Visitor Services Team Member
The Visitor Services Team Member is responsible for ensuring a warm, friendly, helpful atmosphere at the admissions desk for museum visitors; greeting museum visitors, providing information and directions; and maintaining literature racks…Learn More
Learning Lab Facilitator
The Learning Lab Facilitator (Education Outreach) is responsible for the facilitation of learning labs and other programs involving science, art, math, engineering, and programs involving the integration of these content areas. Programs take place in area schools, other community settings and in the Museum…
Café Team Member
The S.M.A.R.T. Café, featured on the lower level of the DuPage Children’s Museum, is seeking part time employees for its team. A café team member will perform a variety of duties related to the selling, preparing and serving of food for our museum guests. Previous work experience in a food handling environment, and operating a cash drawer preferred…
Facilitate the child/adult visitor interaction with exhibits and daily/special programming by encouraging and modeling the importance of open-ended and multiple outcome experiences…Learn More
Public Programs Coordinator
The Public Programs Coordinator is responsible for the overall administration, development, coordination, implementation, and evaluation of all visitor program offerings created by the DuPage Children’s Museum’s Education and Programs department…Learn More
You are responsible for planning, implementing, and managing various annual fund programs and events including, but not limited to direct mail, website and social media fundraising campaigns for members, donors, visitors, friends and employee giving efforts…Learn More