Lawrence Hall of Science, 50 years: 1968-2018; University of California, Berkeley

Title: Museum Facilitator

Pay Rate: $15.59

Classification: Assistant II

How to Apply: UC students should send a resume and cover letter to Katie Thomas.

Program Overview:

The Lawrence Hall of Science, UC Berkeley’s Public Science Center, offers a wide range of programs to the public, families, and school groups, serving over 170,000 visitors per year.

Student will facilitate hands-on STEM activities in exhibit spaces throughout the science center with an all-ages audience composed of school field trips and visiting families. Student may also lead guided programs as assigned, or facilitate hands-on activities in Learning Lab spaces. Student will reset exhibits, restock materials, and monitor for safe practices at all times. Student will approach all the above with a spirit of inquiry, a growth mindset, personal initiative, and dedication to the mission and values of The Lawrence Hall of Science.

This job posting is for the spring semester and onward.


  • Current UC Berkeley Student
  • Friendly and enjoys working with people
  • Desire to communicate science concepts through learner-driven, inquiry-based dialogue
  • Dedication to making science content engaging and accessible to an all-ages audience
  • Ability to utilize critical thinking skills and to set priorities from moment to moment
  • Ability to work in noisy, chaotic indoor and outdoor environments
  • Reliable transportation to the Hall
  • Availability to work at least 10 hrs per week (Tuesday–Sunday) during Fall and Spring semesters, including at least 1 weekend day
  • Must be able to work at least half of each period of campus break or high-need time, including Finals Weeks, Thanksgiving Week, and Spring Break
  • Must be able to work at least half of each longer break period, at 20–40 hrs per week, during Winter and Summer Break (open 7 days per week)


  • Experience working with school-age children
  • Interest and/or studies in science and/or education (especially informal science education)
  • Working understanding of the principles of Diversity, Access, Inclusion, and Equity (especially in education)
  • Experience speaking to large groups of people
  • Knowledge of the scientific method and/or the engineering design process
  • Second language

When you apply for the job please email a resume, and a brief cover letter to Dee W. Perry. Applications without a cover letter or applications that do not address this job specifically will not be considered.

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