May 7, 2025
Museum of Social Movements
Facilitate relationships between learners and existing social movements – both in-person and online – and co-create mutually beneficial learning experiences based on the needs and interests of all parties.
Collaborate with learning pathway designers to connect learner groups with relevant historical information and experiences that will support their social justice work.
Facilitate relationships between social justice activists and educators to ensure learning, competency building, and assessment are taking place within learners’ activities.
Advocate for learner participation in social movements, including working with policymakers and parent groups to educate them about the importance of young voices in activism and to help remove barriers to their participation.
Serve as a spokesperson for media on learner involvement in social justice activities.
Manage a group of social justice trainers who help learners build a foundational base of understanding of how to effectively engage in social movements.
10+ years in social justice work with experience on the front lines of social movements and activism, preferably within a museum or nonprofit organization setting
Experience training activists or organizers on strategy
Connections within the social justice/social movement community that can be tapped into for learner needs
Strong communicator and leader who understands the challenges facing social activists
Strong belief in the need to and value of engaging young people in social movements
Contact Eloise Hartford, Executive Director of the Museum of Social Movements, with an analysis of the vital roles young people could play in an existing social movement.