Assistant Educator, RI Museum of Science and Art

October 19, 2017

Rhode Island Museum of Science and Art (RIMOSA) is seeking a Freelance Assistant Educator for the Fall!

Location: Providence
Salary: $20/hr
Start Date: Fall 2017
Part Time



Curiosity and creativity drive the experimentation of both artists and scientists. These are the qualities that need to be encouraged and fostered in ourselves and our children, so that there will be innovators – in art or science or both – in coming generations.

The Rhode Island Museum of Science and Art is the first informal learning institution serving Rhode Island that will improve students’ ability to innovate through the creation of innovative, interactive exhibits and programs.


We are recruiting passionate and committed individuals to assist our science and art programs all over RI. Assistant educators will gain valuable experience in the STEM to STEAM initiative, a current hot-button topic for Rhode Island and the Nation.  They will learn how to merge art with the traditional STEM disciplines – and vice versa, as well as learning how to conduct lessons in the more hands-on, open-ended manner which studies indicate are more conducive to learning, and to learning enjoyment.


Educators are paid $20/one hour program for assisting our primary educators. Work as an assistant could lead to work as a primary educator which is $40/per one hour program. Time driving to and from program sites, as well as set-up and clean-up time are not paid.

Skills & Qualifications:

•       Must be a current undergraduate in 3rd year or more of college or have a college degree
•       Must have some background working with youth ages 8 to 16.
•       Must have good rapport with youth ages roughly 8 to 16
•       Must have (or be able to get) a BCI form which indicates that you have passed a criminal background check
•       Must be creative, and passionate about the arts and sciences
•       Must be responsible, reliable, flexible, and able to think on your feet
•       Must have access to car and ability to use it to attend meetings/ outreaches.
•       Must be able to lift objects approximately 20 to 30 pounds.


Please send a letter of interest and resume to RIMOSA Education Director, Juliette Casselman @