The Society of the Cincinnati offers a range of employment and volunteer opportunities to people with a commitment to the memory of the American Revolution. Current openings are listed below. Employment and volunteer opportunities change frequently.
Media Relations Manager
The Society of the Cincinnati has an immediate opening for a media relations manager to promote the work of the Society by securing print and electronic media attention for the Society’s advocacy positions on the American Revolution and other programs, managing social media, supporting website development and promotion, and other communications strategies. A successful applicant will have at least four years of experience in media relations with an advocacy or active cultural organization, a proven record of success in securing earned media attention, superb writing skills, and knowledge and appreciation of American history and the American Revolution. The position is available immediately and will remain open until filled with the right person. Please direct inquiries about this position to Jack D. Warren, executive director, The Society of the Cincinnati, at firstname.lastname@example.org. This opening was first posted on September 5, 2020.
The work of the Society is enhanced each year by the assistance of energetic interns, who contribute to our programs while gaining professional experience in the field. We welcome inquiries from students at various levels who are interested in internships in our museum, library, and education programs. Intern projects vary depending on a student’s interests and the needs of the staff, but possible projects include research for upcoming exhibitions, digitizing collection materials, creating finding aids, developing new public programs, and creating classroom resources.
For more information on internships, contact:
For Museum Internships
Emily Schulz Parsons
Deputy Director and Curator
For Library Internships
Ellen McCallister Clark
Volunteers play a vital role in the life of the Society of the Cincinnati. From leading tours of its headquarters, Anderson House, to researching collection items, volunteers contribute significantly to our ability to accomplish a wide range of projects. The Society is always seeking interested individuals to join this growing and dedicated group.
Most museum volunteers serve as docents, leading guided tours of Anderson House for the public and special groups. Library volunteers assist with activities relating to collections management and research. Opportunities are also available for volunteers interested in helping with public programs, usually held on weeknights or weekends. Volunteers may also take on a variety of other projects, depending on their interests and the needs of the staff.
For more information on volunteer opportunities, contact:
For Museum Projects
Museum Collections and Operations Manager
For Library Projects
Ellen McCallister Clark
Log in to the museum docent area for training resources, scheduling, and more.