Summer is just around the corner and the East Coulee School Museum is in need of some staff.

"We've got job postings locally and on different websites at universities, we just aren't getting applications," explained Barb Steeves, executive director at the East Coulee School Museum.

She is specifically looking for three heritage interpretors.

"We want people that have an interest in history because then they are more enthused about learning about the history that they need to tell tourists about," said Steeves. "We like people to be comfortable talking to people even though they are small groups, we do have larger groups once and awhile."

"They have to be able to talk to people of all ages, children through adult," noted Steeves. "They also have to be willing to help out in the cafe, which means they will be working in the kitchen serving customers. Other times they are going to be touring people around the museum telling them the history."

Steeves added that the job changes day to day.

Anyone interested can submit a job application to [email protected]

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