Tudor Place

Employment, Internships and Volunteering

Employment

Director of Development

Tudor Place Historic House and Garden is looking for the right person to help propel this Washington, D.C., landmark into its third century. Along with the staff, Board of Trustees, and volunteers, the Director of Development is part of a team that celebrates the history of Tudor Place and understands the need for its preservation. The Director of Development leads our fundraising endeavors and promotes awareness of this extraordinary site in historic Georgetown. These efforts center upon major donor cultivation, membership programs, special event fundraisers, and converting an exploding number of program participants into supporters.

The ideal candidate must enjoy working long and sometimes unusual hours (a taste for leftover cheese and crackers is a plus!), creativity, the ability to communicate effectively with fascinating people, and the capacity to manage multiple projects at once are critical. A desire to be part of a dynamic team and a quirky sense of humor are helpful. If you fit this profile, see position description for information on how to apply.

No phone calls, please. Those selected for interviews will be contacted.

 

Spring Internship - Collections Management (Stipend Available)

Tudor Place Historic House and Garden is seeking an intern to assist with various projects in the Collections Department during spring semester 2018. This internship, focused on collections management, will include tasks such as inventorying and numbering objects, data entry in Past Perfect, object photography, and routine care of the museum collection and exhibit spaces. For further details and application procedures, view position description.

No phone calls, please. Those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Spring Internship - Education and Visitor Services 

Tudor Place seeks an intern, January-June 2018, to assist the Education Department with programming for children and adults. Desired schedule is three weekdays and one weekend day, approximately 15-20 hours, per week for the duration of the school year. For further details and application procedures, view position description.

No phone calls, please. Those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Spring Internship - Development & Marketing

Tudor Place seeks an intern, January-May 2018, to assist the Development Director with tasks including planning museum events, promoting initiatives and programs (including through social media), and other tasks vital to fundraising, marketing, and communications. Includes concrete responsibilities as part of a passionate and dedicated team in a small organization where the contributions of every member counts. Desired schedule is four weekdays, approximately 28 hours per week, for a semester or similar duration to be discussed. For further details and application procedures, view position description.

No phone calls, please. Those selected for interviews will be contacted.