We are currently not accepting applications for employment; however, below are opportunities for volunteering with the museum:
Enthusiastic, articulate individuals are needed to give presentations on various exhibits. A willing-to-learn-spirit is also required. Executive President and Co-Founder Dr. Joanne Martin will train Tour Guides
Seeking friendly people oriented individuals to traverse Museum, direct visitors to exhibits and gift shop, maintain order (noise control) in Museum, report any damaged signs to supervisor and control crowds. Training will be provided
Assistant will conduct research in support of museum exhibitions, publications, special projects, and web site. Will continue documentation and research of permanent collections. Must demonstrate a proven organizational, research, and communication skills. A major in history, art, ethnic studies, or other related field is desirable.
Answer multi-line telephone, transfer calls, and take detailed messages, copy documents, do light typing, transport information from office-to-office, control entrance of visitors with door monitor system. Take reservations and mail packets. Training will be provided
Go onto buses greet groups giving your name and welcoming them to The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum. You may also be asked to give brief announcements. Ask group leader to come forward, get reservation form from leader and escort the group leader only into the Museum to settle payment. The group should remain on bus or outside until further notice. Assign number to group.