The Noah Webster House and West Hartford Historical Society is seeking qualified individuals to serve as Museum Educators. Museum Educators provide accurate programs through hands-on experiences for schools, scouts, and other groups in period clothing both on- and off-site. Annually, the museum serves approximately 7,000 students of varying ages and grades. Teaching experience is highly desirable but not required. Interest/experience in history and/or museums, and a friendly and energetic disposition is also desirable. The position of Museum Educator is part-time with flexible hours. An hourly rate of $10.25 per scheduled hours, plus travel reimbursement for distance traveled to and from outreach programs, is to be paid bi-weekly. Please send resume with cover letter to Beth Sweeney, Education Department Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society, 227 South Main Street West Hartford, CT 06107. Fax: (860) 521-4036; Email:

Education@noahwebsterhouse.org. Visit us on the web for more information at www.NoahWebsterHouse.org.

Employment

Employment Opportunities

The Noah Webster House and West Hartford Historical Society is seeking qualified individuals to serve as Museum Educators. Museum Educators provide accurate programs through hands-on experiences for schools, scouts, and other groups in period clothing both on- and off-site. Annually, the museum serves approximately 7,000 students of varying ages and grades. Teaching experience is highly desirable but not required. Interest/experience in history and/or museums, and a friendly and energetic disposition is also desirable. The position of Museum Educator is part-time with flexible hours. An hourly rate of $10.25 per scheduled hours, plus travel reimbursement for distance traveled to and from outreach programs, is to be paid bi-weekly. Please send resume with cover letter to Beth Sweeney, Education Department Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society, 227 South Main Street West Hartford, CT 06107. Fax: (860) 521-4036; Email:

Education@noahwebsterhouse.org. Visit us on the web for more information at www.NoahWebsterHouse.org.

Tours

Visiting the Museum


Historic House Tours

Noah Webster’s ca. 1750 house is available to visitors on a walk-in basis seven days a week from 1-4 p.m. Guests may self-guide through the house using our new tablet tour. Docent-guided tours are subject to availability and last approximately 45 to 60 minutes. Tablet tours allow visitors to take a tour at their own pace. Noah Webster’s house consists of four period-furnished rooms in two floors.

We do our best to accommodate everyone. The second story of the historic house is not handicapped accessible, but a visitor may use a tablet to learn about the second floor. In addition, the tablet tour offers closed captioning for the deaf and hard of hearing, as well as a Spanish translation. Seating during the tour is available upon request. We also offer hands-on opportunities for those with low vision or blindness. Please let our host/hostess know if you need special accommodations.


Private Tours

Private tours are available at various hours by scheduling in advance. Please see Adult & Family Programs or School & Youth Programs for more information.

Directions and Parking

Directions & Parking


Directions

We are located one mile north of I-84 from exit 41 east or west; follow the signs to the Noah Webster House. Our address is 227 South Main Street, West Hartford, CT 06107 USA


Parking

The museum has limited on-site parking, but street parking is available on South Main Street and Crestwood Rd.