The Alice Paul Institute (Mount Laurel, NJ), a non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public about the life and work of suffragist Alice Stokes Paul, is seeking a CoFacilitator for our Lead-A-Way programs. This semester we are teaching at LEAP Academy Charter School (Camden, NJ) and Holbein Middle School (Mount Holly, NJ) on Monday and Thursday afternoons.  $500 per 10 week workshop series is available ($1,000 total if available for both Monday and Thursday workshops from Feb-May).

 If interested please email Kris Myers at kmyers@alicepaul.org or call 856-231-1885 right away. For more information about the Alice Paul Institute see: www.alicepaul.org

 

 The Association of Philadelphia Tour Guides will hold its annual training series on city history, architecture and culture on two weekends this March, and the public is invited.

“A Guide’s View of Philadelphia” runs 9 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, March 14 and 15, and on March 21 and 22. The first weekend covers the city’s founding by William Penn up to its time as the Nation’s capital. The second looks at 19th and 20th century Philadelphia and into the future.  The program includes lectures by top local professors and authors, plus guided walking tours and coach tours by senior APT guides

 Attendance may be limited, advance registration is recommended, and you can choose to take the whole series, one weekend or even just one day. Costs are $285 for the complete program; $175 for one weekend; and $100 for one day. APT members, who pay annual dues of $40, get a 20% discount.

Those successfully completing an exam can be certified as tour guides by the APT. The exam fee is $35.  For more information, visit the website of the Association of Philadelphia Tour Guides at www.phillyguides.org  or email info@phillyguides.org

 

The Eastern States Penitentiary is hiring seasonal tour guides.  For  more information go to: http://www.easternstate.org/seasonal-tour-guides-and-visitor-services-positions