Would you like to to make a lasting impact in our community?
Volunteers are the heart of the Holocaust Memorial Center. From the Holocaust Survivors who tell their stories to groups and visitors from around the world, the Museum Shop personnel who share ways to continue to learn about the Holocaust with visitors, and of course the docents who educate visitors through the museum’s core exhibits, volunteers are essential to our mission of engaging, educating, and empowering by remembering the Holocaust.
Many opportunities are available. The HMC has needs for library helpers, staff aides, front desk greeters, and more. Time spent volunteering at the HMC can be used toward fulfilling service hours required by congregational and school programs.
A limited number of internships are available on a competitive basis.
For Docent opportunities and information please contact:
Ruth Bergman, Director of Education at 248.546.9614 or email@example.com.
For all other volunteer opportunities please contact:
Ruth Stern, Administrator at 248.536.9601 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your interest in a career at the Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus. Please see below for available opportunities.
Major Gifts Officer
The Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus seeks a highly-skilled, experienced and results-oriented Major Gifts Officer to join our team at this pivotal time in the Center’s evolution.
Reporting to the Director of Development and working in close partnership with the CEO and volunteer leaders, the Major Gifts Officer will be responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding individual, corporate and foundation donors and prospects as part of a forthcoming comprehensive campaign.
Digital & Social Content Manager
The Holocaust Memorial Center (HMC) is seeking a Digital and Social Content Manager. Reporting to the Director of Annual Giving, this individual is responsible for developing and executing a clearly defined Content Strategy (including digital and social) in a manner that supports growth of the Holocaust Memorial Center.
This position is responsible for evaluating, planning, organizing, managing, and contributing to all digital and social media channels in an effort to achieve HMC objectives while ensuring a consistent marketing message and strengthening our position in the market. Key to this will be leveraging vast assets that already exist within HMC, curating content that exists in the Holocaust space, and also helping create new content, including management of content production resources (photography, videography, etc.).