The Center is not seeking any candidates for staff positions at this time. We will post a job description, qualifications and application procedure, as applicable, when a staffing need arises. Please feel free to check this posting for updates.
The Center offers volunteer projects to college students, and recent graduates. When positions are needed, volunteer project opportunities are listed below. We also offer year-round, volunteer opportunities. If you’re interested in general volunteering opportunities, please fill out the form below and feel free to describe your interests. For library and collection work projects, please send a resume and cover letter to Registrar Karen Schoenewaldt, email@example.com.
In addition to its permanent collection, the Center holds an extensive research library of books, exhibition catalogs, periodicals, and archives on the craft field and woodworking. We would welcome an experienced librarian or MLS student able to catalog new acquisitions to the library using the Dewey Decimal classification system.
Flexible schedule within normal business hours, Mon-Sat. MLS students may arrange for course credit, if the project fits your curriculum. The Center is convenient to many SEPTA routes, and wheelchair accessible.
Permanent Collection Volunteer
The Center holds a museum collection of over 1100 pieces of artwork from around the world, ranging from functional, every-day objects to contemporary sculptures. Volunteers work directly with the registrar on collections care projects and record keeping, with possibility of assisting with exhibition installations.
Flexible schedule within normal business hours, Mon-Sat. The Center is convenient to many SEPTA routes, and wheelchair accessible.