AmeriCorps Community Corps positions:

Program Assistant - Full-time
Enjoy supporting cultural activities and working with people? Do you communicate clearly, listen actively, and manage time well?  Chippewa Valley Museums (CVM) seeks a thoughtful, passionate, and goal-oriented leader to expand volunteer engagement and programs as CVM’s Program Assistant.  This one-year, full-time position runs September 9, 2024 - August 30, 2025 and is available through Marshfield Clinic Health System’s AmeriCorps Community Corps program. The position includes required community and public health training sessions through the Marshfield Clinic Health System. To apply and for more info, download AmeriCorps CVM Program Assistant position announcement.

Outreach Coordinator - Part-time
CVM seeks an enthusiastic people-person who is driven to grow community relationships with diverse audiences as Outreach Coordinator. This one-year, half-time position runs September 9, 2024 - August 30, 2025 is available through Marshfield Clinic Health System’s AmeriCorps Community Corps program. As Outreach Coordinator you will travel throughout the Eau Claire area to share museum resources and deliver and support programs for community organizations, community living centers, and the general public. To apply and for more info, download ;AmeriCorps CVM Outreach Coordinator position announcement 

Benefits: Both AmeriCorps positions include a living allowance, student loan forebearance , and an education award with the successful completion of the service term, Living allowance and education award amounts are based on full- or part-time status.

Application review for both positions begins immediately. Positions must be filled by August 12, 2024.


Interns seeking experience in Library and Archives, Programs, Museum Education, Historical Research, Curatorial and Collections Management, Marketing, Public Relations, Graphic Design, and Fundraising are welcome to contact departments directly. We typically offer 2-3 internships per semester, depending on the availability of supervisors. Contact us to explore customized internship possibilities.

Chippewa Valley Museum does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service or other non-merit factor.