MWM Student Videographer/Video Editor
$9/hour, 5-8 hours/week
Starts February 8, 2021
The Museum of the White Mountains is looking for a creative and skilled student to develop, film, and edit video content for the Museum. Do you have experience or interest in developing video interviews, walk through experiences, time-lapse sequences, or video tutorials? We are looking for a student who can take on the creative challenge and complete projects on deadline. You will be helping to increase awareness of MWM and its exhibitions for the PSU student population, as well as providing interesting experiences for the public to enjoy “visiting” MWM during COVID times.
Deadline for applications: 5pm January 22, 2021
Applications are now closed
McLane Family Fellow
$4500 for semester
The Museum of the White Mountains is looking for an out-of-the-box thinking, energetic PSU student who will imagine and implement ways to promote the Museum to the PSU campus. While public access is limited due to COVID-19, the McLane Fellow will focus on creative engagement and promotion of MWM to PSU students, faculty and staff. Working with MWM staff, the McLane Fellow will develop a communication plan integrating social media, activity ideas, and campus partnerships to highlight the Museum.
- Develop communication plan to increase campus exhibit visits to three Spring semester exhibitions: Emerging: The Annual PSU Student Art Exhibition, BFA in Studio and Graphic Design Exhibition, and Plymouth State in 150 Objects
- Create and carry out promotional strategies for each exhibition (working with/supported by MWM staff and MWM Student Graphic Designer)
- Come up with and coordinate promotional activities for each exhibition (supported by MWM staff)
MWM Student Assistant Curator (Check back for Spring semester availability)
10 hours/week, $9-9.75/hour
This PSU student position assists the Director of The Museum of the White Mountains with specific exhibit research, exhibit design, exhibit development, organizing exhibit materials, organizing exhibit partner materials, and collaborating with the McLane Fellow on planning related activities for specific exhibits. Other duties may be assigned as needed. Requires previous experience at MWM or similar.
For 2020-2021, this position will involve helping to create and present dynamic and engaging online exhibition experiences. The successful candidate will have good research skills, is organized and a detail oriented, creative thinker, who is able to work independently and as part of the MWM team.