Lake Champlain Maritime Museum (LCMM) is a unique blend of museum and education provider with programs that range from classroom instruction, hands-on learning opportunities including a semester long boat-building program, and professional development courses for educators. Our summer camps (Lake Adventure Camps) are a popular staple during the summer. And the core of our museum, what gave it life and underpins the entire organization, is our nautical archaeology program. In a word, shipwrecks. Lots of them and we’ve only just scratched the surface. In fact, two shipwrecks, the General Butler and O.J. Walker, gave birth to our replica sailing canal schooner Lois McClure!
How to Apply
So if you’re up for a challenge, would like to work at one of the best jobs in Vermont with a hard-working and dedicated mix of staff and volunteers, please send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration. You’ll be glad you did.
About the Museum
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum opened its doors as a non-profit museum in 1986. Beginning in an original historic stone schoolhouse, its waterfront campus has grown to over a dozen buildings serving upwards of 3,500 students each year through nautical exploration, pedagogy and experiential learning adventures. We inspire students to ‘Learn from the Lake’ and make valuable connections between the discoveries made through underwater research and historical exploration and the future of their communities and the world around them.
LCMM is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates of diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.