Landis Valley Village & Farm Musuem is Pennsylvania’s premiere museum of Pennsylvania German history. Founded by George and Henry Landis in 1925, the museum has been steadfast in connecting our guests to the breadth and depth of Pennsylvania German contributions to agriculture, their unique culture, and long-standing traditions. Although this is our mission, our staff is the life blood of the Landis Valley Museum.
If you’re interested in the history, working with the public, collaborative, creative, you’ll fit in beautifully with our team!
The Musuem is administered by the Pennsylvania Historical and Musuem Commission [PHMC], a Commission under the jurisdiction of the Governor of the Commonwealth. The Landis Valley Associates is the non-profit organization that servs as our Firend’s group helps the museum meets its mission through programs, generating income, and providing staff.
Landis Valley Village & Farm Musuem is committed to nurturing a diverse and inclusive environment. We welcome and respect diverse backgrounds, life experiences, and perspectives. Diversity creates a more beautiful world, sparks innovation, and unites us.
Education Workshop Leader
Landis Valley Associates (LVA) are seeking applicants for a part time, seasonal position as Educational Workshop Leader at the Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum. This position assists with and/or facilitates all hands-on children’s workshops. The workshops are offered to home schools, field trips for public and private schools, summer camp, and children’s activities for special events. The starting rate is $15.00 per hour.
The work schedule for this part time position varies per two-week pay period, Wednesday through Friday. May include several weekends for special events.
Must be friendly, courteous, and willing to work with the public. Former teaching experience is welcome but not required.
The Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum is the Commonwealth’s state museum to Pennsylvania German history, heritage, culture, and lifeways. The museum is located just north of Lancaster City at 2451 Kissel Hill Road.
If you are interested in applying, please send a resume to Museum Educator Timothy Essig at: firstname.lastname@example.org