Bright Venus hangs low in the west at dusk all month, as we lose its companion Jupiter. Saturn and Mars also start the month together, but separate by September’s end. As autumn stats we lose the Big Dipper, as we do every September in the islands. Elsewhere, all of Africa, and Africa alone, experiences a
Present and teach science, STEM and culturally integrated education programs to both school groups, sleepovers and general public at Bishop Museum. Work with science education team in developing new programs and refining existing programs. Work with Science Education team in developing new programs/refining existing programs as well as in managing Science Education docent program. Work
Casual position (19 hours/week); position includes weekend work on a regular basis. Assists as needed in a wide range of visitor experience roles at the museum, including: Special Exhibits Guide Receptionist on Museum's main phone line Facility rental assistant Cashiering for Planetarium and special programs Greeting/line management Presenter for public and school children, as needed
Natural history collections aren’t only visited by scientists – they are also a unique resource for artists.
Back in May a group of Daisies from Girl Scout Troops 612 & 613 of Honolulu participated in a sleepover program here at the Bishop Museum.
Casual position (18 hours/week); Must be available to work 1-2 evenings per week (sleepover at the Museum), Sundays during the day, and some Saturdays. Work Bishop Museum “Sleepover” and “Museum After Dark” programs, in which visitors spend the evening at the Museum. Greet sleepover visitors, provide programming, handle operational details such as food delivery, monitor
Saturday, August 6 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.