$15 STUDENTHEM Membership card Subscription to the museumís newsletter, Reflections
$25 INDIVIDUAL ALL THE ABOVE BENEFITS PLUS: Self-Adhesive Museum Logo Invitations to museum openings and special events
$30 FAMILY ALL THE ABOVE BENEFITS PLUS: Personal research assistant when using the museum's library
$100 SUPPORTING ALL THE ABOVE BENEFITS PLUS: One free event to use our facilities for parties up to 150 people
$1000 LIFE ALL THE ABOVE BENEFITS PLUS: Special Annual Event honoring Life Members
Click here to access a printable (Adobe) membership form
Interns Wanted! The Historical Electronics Museum is seeking exceptional interns! Responsibilities consist of a range of collections management, education, and research projects. We are seeking individuals with a history, museum studies, or related background. Applicants should be able to work independently and interested in a museum career. The internship is for three months and is a full time position for $1,000/month.
Send a cover letter, resume, and three references to:
Historical Electronics Museum Attn: Kate Marks PO Box 1693, MS 4015 Baltimore, MD 21203.
Deadlines for applying: Summer Intern: April 15th Fall Intern: July 15th Winter Intern: October 15th Spring Intern: Jan 15th
For more information, call (410) 765-3803 or email at [email protected]
to be a volunteer?
program is open to interested persons of all ages. Volunteers do not need
prior experience in any of the duties, just a willingness to learn! If
volunteers do have relevant experience, we will try to use your skills
appropriately. Schedules are flexible, with no set requirements for
the time or amount of service. Work continues in all departments
throughout the year. Volunteer positions are open to all individuals with
the interest and a commitment of service to the Museum. Volunteers work
independently with other volunteers and with Museum staff.
Administrative Volunteers Help with office duties, including answering telephones, typing, record keeping, and computer data input.
Tour Guides Conduct scheduled and special tours of the museumís exhibits for visitors.
Collections Volunteer Work with the accessioning of new artifacts, photographs, slides, and negatives.
Library/Archives Volunteers Assist with the collection of archival material, cataloguing, processing and filing of the Museumís sizable collection of technical manuals, historical documents, photography, reference books, and other electronics oriented publications.
Education Volunteer Assist with the planning and implementation of educational events, including programs, lectures, workshops and seminars for children and adults, and family programs.
Saturday Volunteer Donate a few hours one Saturday a month/every other month, to help keep the museum open on weekends.
Lobby/Information Desk Volunteer Provide a pleasant welcome, and information on Museum exhibits, tours, and activities, and answering questions about the museum and surrounding BWI
Click here to access a printable (Adobe) volunteer form/application