Summer Student Job

The Bralorne Pioneer Museum has applied for Young Canada Works for a summer position that extends 15 weeks at 30 hours/week.
The position will pay $15/hr or higher depending on experience.  The Museum is in Bralorne BC which is 106 kms. west of Lillooet.
At this time, the funding for the position is yet to be confirmed.

To be eligible for Young Canada Works position:
-you need to be 16 – 30 yrs
-have been a full time high school, college, CEGEP or university student in the semester preceding the YCW work position
-intend to return to full-time studies in the semester following the YCW work assignment
-are willing to commit to the full duration of the YCW work assignment
-be a Canadian Citizen or permanent resident, or have refugee status in Canada and be legally entitled to work in Canada

The Bralorne Pioneer Museum Society has three focus areas, in addition to museum and heritage site tours, that would add substantial value to the career path of a student in museum, heritage or historical studies, with an interest in arts, culture, and tourism. 
These include digital preservation of historical photographs, documentation of collections and archival, and design and development of exhibitions.
The digital preservation of historic photographs involves digitizing up to ‘1,000 catalogued photographs of historical significance
leading to the design and development of a digital exhibition for the purpose of engaging and educating the public of the area’s rich history and heritage through online accessibility.
Documentation of collections and archival is an ongoing activity of any museum. The Bralorne Pioneer Museum Society currently has many uncatalogued historical photographs containing images of community life in Bralorne, Pioneer, Gold Bridge and Minto in the 1930’s to 1970’s including mining, ranching, forestry, tourism, and the development of the Bridge River Power Projects of the ‘l 950’s. 
The student will support this process by scanning the historical images and storing the originals in archival housing. During the process, the student will work to design and develop an on-site structured exhibit for public engagement.
Therefore, the main objectives are to advance the digital preservation project, support ongoing documentation efforts, and empower new talent through creativity of exhibition design and development. 
This experience will not only support the Bralorne Pioneer Museum Society in their efforts, but also advance the student’s studies and make the student more prominent to potential employers.

Please connect with us at worktodo@bridgerivervalley.ca for more information or to provide your resume.

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