Summer Student Jobs

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We're looking for our summer crew!

We have three positions available - two specifically for college or university students and one open to any young person!

Apply now! Send your resume and cover letter  to Tammy Bradford, manager, at tammy@crestonmuseum.ca.

Details are listed below. These positions are funded through Young Canada Works and Canada Summer Jobs, and those programs have specific eligibility criteria:

  • Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or refugee status;
  • Legally entitled to work in Canada;
  • Between the ages of 15 and 30 at the start of the work term;
  • Able to commit to the full work term, including number of hours per week.

For the two positions funded by Young Canada Works, you must also have been a full-time student in the Spring 2021 semester and be intending to return to school full time in Fall 2021.

Still with us? Great! Further details and additional qualifications are in the descriptions below.

If there is one thing COVID-19 revealed, it is this: The Creston Museum was woefully unprepared to meet the demands of a new online world. You can help us!

As our Digital Content Creator, you’ll do everything from continuing our On This Day posts on Facebook and Instagram, to creating all-new content for our YouTube, Zoom, Facebook Live, and other channels. You’ll organise our “Learning Links” content and create new resources for that, add digital content via QR codes to existing exhibits, and help other staff and volunteers with the technicalities of creating virtual content related to their projects.

You combine an interest in history with a high capability with social media and digital technologies, and your post-secondary studies are related to one or both of those fields. We want to know about your ability to manage multiple tasks, your excellent English language abilities, and your dedication to providing excellent visitor services all day, every day.

This position is funded by Young Canada Works. To be eligible, you must have been a full-time student in the Spring 2021 semester, and be intending to return to school full-time in Fall 2021.