*MTCC Friends of the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula

*MTCC Friends of the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula

The Historical Museum at Fort Missoula was established in 1975 to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of Missoula County and western Montana for the education and cultural enrichment of visitors and area residents. The purpose of HMFM is to inspire a sense of place and history by collecting, studying, interpreting in four core areas of Western Montana history, including: Missoula City/County history, the history of Fort Missoula and its military presence in the area, historic forest management practices and the wood products industry, and the history of the Department of Justice Internment camp. The museum is located on 32 acres at Fort Missoula and is listed on the National Historic Register. We are one of only six nationally accredited museums in Montana and maintains 40,000 artifacts, including 19 historic structures.

We host more than 35,000 visitors yearly, including 5,000+ local and statewide students. This number will increase with the opening of the Fort Missoula Regional Park in 2017. The target audiences are visitors to HMFM, students, researchers, and those seeking access to information about the history of Missoula County and Western Montana. These groups are diverse – all ages and demographics. *Only accepting applications from work study eligible students from the University of Montana.

Member Duties : The summer associate will work as a part of the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula education team to provide enriching educational activities to Missoula area youth and families.

He/She will participate in outreach activities (tabling, contacting community partners) to promote educational activities at the Fort. The summer associate will create a weekly drop-in educational activity in conjunction with the new exhibit “Collecting Missoula”. In addition, the associate will enable HMFM to host more groups from partner community organizations such as Flagship, YMCA, Missoula Parks and Rec., who wish to bring their summer camps out for a day visit.

Program Benefits : Education award upon successful completion of service .

Terms :

Service Areas :
Community Outreach , Education , Children/Youth .

Skills :
Teaching/Tutoring , Community Organization , Writing/Editing , Communications , Team Work , Youth Development , Education , General Skills .

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