I am writing from the Historic Trades Department at George Washington’s Mount Vernon. We are seeking qualified candidates to work in our department as historic interpreters. The positions are part-time, with flexible hours and days. We believe both undergraduate and graduate history students would be excellent candidates. Can you please distribute the attached flyer and information to your students?
Learn a Historic Trade at
George Washington’s Mount Vernon
Part-time — Flexible hours and days — Seasonal — Costumes provided
Excellent for undergraduate and graduate history students
Located 16 miles south of Washington, DC, Mount Vernon is the most visited historic home in America and welcomes over one million visitors annually. Situated on the main estate, the Pioneer Farm is a four-acre working farm that interprets Washington’s innovation in the promotion of sustainable agriculture. Located three miles from the main estate, Washington’s Distillery & Gristmill highlight the industrial aspects of Mount Vernon.
Apply here: https://www.mountvernon.org/about/employment/
Look for “Historic Trades Interpreters”
If you have question or comments, please contact me, Sam Murphy, Historic Trades Manager, at
Samuel G. Murphy Manager, Historic Trades __________________________________
George Washington’s Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association
Post Office Box 110, Mount Vernon, Virginia 22121 O: 703.799.8611 | C: 843.359.4107 mountvernon.org| @mountvernon