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Job Postings

Hiring Organization: Macculloch Hall Historical Museum

Location: 45 Macculloch Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07960


Organization Description: Established in 1950 by W. Parsons Todd (1877-1976), Macculloch Hall Historical Museum preserves and interprets its historic house and gardens, unparalleled collection of the work of political cartoonist Thomas Nast (1840-1902), fine and decorative arts collections and Macculloch family archives, inspiring visitors to experience everyday American history where it happened. The museum’s unique historic setting, its period rooms and professional galleries excite and educate visitors of all ages, connecting present to past in a dynamic cultural environment. On site, online and through outreach, MHHM serves local, state, national and international communities.

Job Title: Education Intern

Job Status: Internship/Fellowship

Compensation: $15.13/hr

Benefits: N/A

Position Summary: Working under the direct supervision of the Associate Curator of Education and Community Engagement, the Summer Education Intern at Macculloch Hall Historical Museum (MHHM) will assist with the summer garden education program, Dig it! Plant it! Eat it!. This internship may be taken for course credit as determined by the appropriate college or university representative.

Work Schedule: 21 hours per week for the 10-week internship including Saturdays, Wednesday, May 29 to Saturday, August 3, 2023. Applicants must be able to work the 10 weeks consecutively.

Position Responsibilities:

The Summer Education Intern responsibilities include:

• Welcoming visitors who are participating in a variety of MHHM programs

• Working with children, teens, and young adults in small groups in garden and art activities led by MHHM staff and teaching artist

• Preparing materials for summer programs

• Helping care for a 2-acre garden and teaching beds of vegetables, herbs, and flowers

• Assisting with setup and cleanup for weekday and Saturday morning programs

• Participating in the evaluation process to improve the garden program

Position Qualifications:

The successful candidate will work well independently and as part of a team, possess excellent written and verbal communication skills, demonstrate punctuality, dependability, and flexibility and be enthusiastic and able to support museum visitors at all ability levels. A background check is required for this position. The Summer Education Intern must be enrolled in a program at a higher education institute and provide their own transportation to and from the museum.

Physical demands of job: Frequent walking and standing, assisting with setup and cleanup of programs including tables and supplies, assisting programs outdoors

How to Apply: To apply, please email a cover letter detailing your interest in interning at Macculloch Hall Historical Museum, resume, and two references to: Patricia Pongracz, Executive Director,

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Name: Frankie Domanico

Email: 33 West State Street, Trenton NJ 08608

Phone: 9736103231

Address, city, state, zip code: 4 Scott Rd

Summary: To obtain a position that provides valuable experiences in life skills, organizational skills, and communication skills, which may enhance my profession and my future career.



Bachelor of Arts/Sciences Degree in Anthropology from William Paterson University; Graduated in May 2023

Associate’s Degree in Humanities/Social Sciences from County College of Morris; Graduated in June 2019

Mountain Lakes High School; Graduated in June 2015


Work History:

Jun 2023-Aug 2023 Intern at Paterson Museum, Paterson, NJ *Responsibilities -Documented museum donations using software and Microsoft programs -Took photographs of various donation items for documentation purposes -Organized and documented archival materials -Assisted in setting up exhibits, and moving items

Mar 2021-Jun 2023 Sales Associate, Home Depot, Parsippany, NJ Responsibilities -Assisted in shelf-maintenance within the hardware department of store -Stocked items within the aisles of the department -Provided customers with help, safety and service -Learned how to operate electric vehicles to reach items in overstock

Aug 2018-Present Pet Sitter, Pet-sitting, Boonton, NJ *Responsibilities -Participated in taking care of local pets, dogs and cats included -Provided them with food, water, and entertainment -Let pets out, entertained them and gave them exercise -Slept over owner’s house, and kept pets comfortable

Aug 2018-Present Babysitting, Boonton, NJ *Responsibilities -Watched children while their parents were working -Made sure that they ate their meals -Played games and activities, and entertained them

April 2018-April 2019 Kid’s Club Staff, Lakeland Hills YMCA, Mountain Lakes, NJ *Responsibilities -Assisted in the Kid’s Club after school program -Helped children with homework and volunteered with activities -Volunteered in helping them with arts and crafts -Took them outside for recess and played games with them indoors

Mar 2017-Dec 2017 Sales Associate, Goodwill, Rockaway, NJ *Responsibilities -Managed the donation center within the facility -Helped customers with hauling items and giving out receipts -Assisted in cleaning the warehouse, as well as the sales floor -Organized and priced donations within the warehouse

Jun 2016-Aug 2016 Summer Camp Assistant, Culture Cabin, Boonton, NJ *Responsibilities -Assisted the director with children’s craft projects -Prepared craft materials for specific projects -Created balloon sculptures for the children each Friday Jul 2013-Aug 2018 Volunteer, Boonton Rotary Club, Boonton, NJ *Responsibilities -Volunteered in scooping Italian Ice for customers -Created balloon sculptures for handicapped children at Camp Merry Heart -Loaded and unloaded heavy items for fair setup and collapse

Aug 2013-Present Self-employed, Frankie’s Fun Balloons, Boonton Township, NJ *Responsibilities -Creates balloon animal sculptures -Hosts children’s birthday parties upon customer’s request -Works at local craft and street fairs

Jan 2013- May 2014 Volunteer, MLHS Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Boonton, NJ *Responsibilities -Worked one-on-one with a 9 year old student; helping with homework; interacting socially; inspiring him artistically -Interacted with other students in the program -Led them locally from their school to the facility

Jun 2009- Aug 2014 Counselor at local summer camps, Boonton Township Recreational, Boonton Township, NJ *Responsibilities -Assisted camp instructors in helping with recreational activities -Provided children one on one instructions to accomplish various tasks -Assisted in the preschool camp



-Creative with visual arts

-Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office, ArcGIS Pro 3.2 (Basic Use), Cloud Storage

-Able to equip 3rd party software in problem solving

-Developed a great understanding of qualitative and quantitative data collection

-Developed a great understanding of critical thinking skills in research

-Developed a great understanding of many different global cultural concepts, human sciences, anthropology and sociology -Developed a strong understanding of historical concepts from across the globe

-Strong interest in learning linguistics and the diversity of language and cultures around the globe

-Strong interest in promoting social justice of people (race, color, sex, gender, sexual orientation, religion, culture, ethnicity, status, disability, age, etc.)

-Has a great understanding and interest in global awareness and environmental solutions

-Strong ability to connect with clients and coworkers, as well as making them comfortable in a recreational or educational environment

-Strong ability to connect with pets and animals and keep them content, happy, and well-cared for in a comfortable environment

-Understands the importance of providing good customer service



-Heather Garside

Position: Curator of History

Location: The Paterson Museum

Address: 2 Market Street, Paterson, NJ 07501

Contact Information: Email-; Phone: (973)321-1260


-Ruth A Maher

Position: Professor of Anthropology

Location: William Paterson University

Contact Information: Email-; Phone : 973-720-3912


-Tj Gundling

Position: Professor of Anthropology

Location: William Paterson University

Contact Information: Email-; Phone: 973-720-2566

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