Employment & Opportunities

Development Associate

The Berkshire Museum is seeking a new associate eager to join our active development team to provide administrative support for membership, fundraising, and special events. We are in the midst of a comprehensive master planning process that will set a new interpretive direction and shape our facilities and visitor experiences. As such, this is an exceptionally exciting time to be working here.

Are you an individual who:

  • Strives for improvement and moving towards ever-evolving goals?
  • Finds comfort in daily tasks like creating perfectly formatted spreadsheets?
  • Enjoys mastering computer software and database systems?
  • Reacts to challenges and adversity with resilience and humor?
  • Can handle multiple projects while maintaining your attention to detail?

If so, we welcome you to please send us a cover letter expressing your interest and a resume to the attention of Jon Provost, jprovost@berkshiremuseum.org. For details about the position, click here for a full job description.

Part-time Security Officer

The Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, seeks a part-time security officer. The security officer is responsible for maintaining the security of the Museum and its collections and for the safety of the staff and visitors. The security officer must maintain a high level of professionalism and customer service at all times. Click here for full job description.

Volunteer and Internship Opportunities

Learn, Share, Contribute, and Make a Difference!

Volunteers and interns are a vital and integral part of what makes the Berkshire Museum function and they perform a broad range of tasks in a variety of departments across the Museum. Volunteers and interns work alongside, and in support of, Museum staff to further our mission of bringing people together for experiences that spark innovative thinking by making inspiring connections between art, science, and natural history.

MagdaEach volunteer and internship opportunity is different – with its own unique set of responsibilities and therefore requiring its own mix of relevant skills and experience. Each department will provide job-specific training to the selected volunteer and/or intern. We will strive to provide you with valuable experiences and use the time that you are giving us wisely. Prospective volunteers and interns should be enthusiastic, flexible, and willing to learn new things. Click on the links for full position descriptions. Please read each description carefully and apply for those opportunities which call for the combination of skills, experience, and interest that most closely matches your own.

Available Volunteer Opportunities:

Membership Sales Volunteer

Community Outreach Volunteers

Museum Shop Volunteer

If you see a position that you think is a fit, please submit a Berkshire Museum Volunteer Application to indicate your interest.

If you do not see a position but would like to volunteer, please submit a Berkshire Museum Volunteer Application and be sure to give us as much detail as possible regarding your interests, past experiences, and availability. You will be contacted if an opportunity opens up that we feel would be a good match for your skills and interests. 

Read our Volunteer Handbook to learn more about Berkshire Museum’s volunteer policies,
procedures, general guidelines, and rewards program.

Internship Positions:

Development Office Intern

If you are interested in a Berkshire Museum internship, please send a cover letter and resume to Lauren “Lo” Sottile at lsottile@berkshiremuseum.org

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