• The Little Studio and Saint-Gaudens' home

    Saint-Gaudens

    National Historic Site New Hampshire

Jobs

JOBS AT SAINT-GAUDENS NHS:
Seasonal positions (May - October) are available annually in the Visitor Services and Maintenance Divisions. When positions are available they are listed on this site and posted on www.usajobs.gov. An easy way to locate the jobs is to use the zip code 03745, and check within a 25 mile radius. Applications must be done on-line through www.usajobs.gov

There are no current job openings at the Park:


For questions about position duties in the Interpretation and Visitor Services Division contact Gregory Schwarz, Chief of Visitor Services (603) 675-2175 x107. For positions in the Maintenance Division, contact Steve Walasewicz, Resource Manager (603) 675-2175 x110. For positions in the Curatorial Division, contact Dr. Henry Duffy, Curator (603) 675-2175 x112

Internships are also available at the park, and are primarily recruited through the Student Conservation Association(SCA) organization in Charlestown, N.H. Please check the SCA website (www.thesca.org). To locate the internships, first go to "internships" then "opportunities" and then "search database". Here, type in "Gaudens" to see the positions. You may also call the park for information on available positions (603) 675-2175 x110

Curatorial internships for students in Museum Studies programs, may also be arranged on an individual basis. Contact Dr. Henry Duffy, Curator, (603) 675-2175 x112

Did You Know?

Augustus Saint-Gaudens re-designed the $20 gold piece in 1907 and it is condered America's most beautiful coin.

Augustus Saint-Gaudens was the first sculptor to design an American coin. The $20 gold piece he designed in 1907 at the request of Theodore Roosevelt, is considered this country's most beautiful coin and is called a "Saint-Gaudens" by coin collectors.