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Education Manager
Go For Broke National Education Center – Los Angeles, California

Go For Broke National Education Center (GFBNEC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that educates the public on the valor of Japanese American veterans of World War II and their contributions to democracy. Our goal is to inspire new generations to embody the Nisei veterans' core values of courage, sacrifice, equality, humility and patriotism. Founded in 1989, GFBNEC maintains the Go For Broke Monument and the interactive “GFBNEC's Defining Courage Exhibition” in downtown Los Angeles, as well as extensive oral histories and archives, education and training programs, and other initiatives. For more information, please visit

Scope of Work
The Education Manager will lead all efforts with school outreach, school tours, and school programs related to our exhibits and public programs. This individual will work with the Director of Education and Exhibits on a number of projects such as traveling exhibits, transcriptions of oral histories, essay contest, missions of courage program, and public programs. GFBNEC is a small institution and the Education Manager will be involved with all aspects of our non-profit from our gala to our volunteer potlucks.

Duties of the Exhibit Manager include, but are not limited to:

  • School Group Duties:
    • Leads all efforts with school outreach, school tours, and school programs
    • Contacts schools and school districts to arrange tours of exhibition
    • Books school visits to the exhibition, and maintains the master calendar of school group visits to the exhibition
    • Develops, plans, preps, executes, and follows-up all school group tours
    • Maintains records and statistics of school group tours and reports these to GFBNEC leadership
    • Plans, preps, manages, and executes other school-based programs, as appropriate
  • Exhibit Duties
    • Maintains exhibit surveys and attendance records and reports these to GEBNEC leadership
    • Schedules and provides group tours
    • Updates exhibit content, as necessary
    • Develop temporary exhibitions and traveling exhibitions with Director of Education and Exhibits
    • Works with exhibit department interns

B.A. in related field required. 2-3 years of experience required. MA in Museum Studies, History, or related field preferred. Skills should include excellent verbal and written communication and experience working in schools and/or with groups of school-age children. Experience in exhibition development and traveling exhibitions are a plus. Our ideal candidate will be knowledgeable on the Japanese American World War II experience, have a background in museums, and a passion to use the past to inspire the future. Position will report to the Director of Education and Exhibits.

This is a full-time position eligible for benefits.

Selection Process
Email a resume and cover letter to Megan Keller at with the subject heading Education Manager. Salary range is $35,000-$40,000. Selected individuals will be invited for an interview.

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