Education Program Developer

  • Volet de programme : Jeunesse Canada au travail pour une carrière vouée au patrimoine
  • Titre de l'emploi : Education Program Developer
  • Nom de l’organisme : Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia
  • Lieu de l’emploi : Cherry Brook, Nouvelle-Écosse
  • Durée de l'emploi : 2017-07-31 à 2018-03-02 (30 semaines)
  • Salaire horaire : 14,25 $

The Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia is seeking a Educational Program Developer Interim

Be a part of sharing the rich history and diverse culture of African Nova Scotians. The Black Cultural Centre established in 1983 is looking for an energetic and creative individual to inspire and share the rich culture and history of African Nova Scotians. This internship will be responsible for helping to develop a plan that will assist the Black Cultural Centre in engaging youth visitors and educators with resources and activities to promote the history of African Nova Scotians.

Job Description:

Develop and provide educational programs and resources that promote museum interpretive tours to students and the educational system; assist public in orientation to Centre; conduct youth activity programs and; assist in basic research by patrons; assist in the development of a cultural tour visitor education program, as well as public program and event development. Conduct education group tours at the Centre as well as occasional presentations outside the facility to educational organizations. Work with partner organizations to research and provide an understanding of the mandate of the Black Cultural Centre.

• Develop protocol for educational tools and resource development

• Maintain a database of prospective and active visits and group tours to the museum

• Participate in community and development committees as part of the mandate of the Black Cultural Centre and partner organizations.

• Perform general clerical duties in order to maintain office administration / filing records

• Survey current educational resources and develop a listing of services and programs available as resources to educational system

• Support the Executive Director as requested

• Assist in coordinating schedules for group and educational tour bookings.


-University and/or college degree with a focus on education, history or research.

-General knowledge and interest of African-Nova Scotia History;

-Good verbal and written communication skills;

-Ability to conduct research via internet and library;

Please submit resume and cover letter via email to: by July 28th.


Only successful candidates will be contacted.

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