To be the stewards of early childhood and to help all our youngest citizens grow and develop into their best selves.
The Children’s Museum of Manhattan advances society’s perception of childhood and its understanding of healthy child development to nurture the next generation of creative global citizens.
秒速快3By creating experiences at the intersection of the arts, sciences and the humanities, the Children’s Museum of Manhattan helps children and families thrive at home, at school, and in the community. These experiences include exhibitions, classes, workshops, performances, and festivals. Based on research, evaluation, and testing, our programs and exhibits are designed to address the multiple ways children learn and to help parents understand and support their children’s development. The Museum’s special areas of focus—selected for their ability to benefit children throughout their lives—include early childhood education, creativity, health, and world cultures.
Founded in 1973 by parents as a grassroots, neighborhood organization, the Children’s Museum flourished. Today it is a beloved citywide resource for children, family, and educators as well as a popular destination for visitors from around the world. Each year approximately 350,000 people visit our 38,000 square-foot learning facility on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Hundreds of thousands more benefit from the museum’s outreach programs at schools, libraries, homeless shelters, Head Start centers, and hospitals; its touring exhibitions; and its online tools and curricula.
Visitors can enjoy more than 80 workshops, classes, and performances free with admission to the Museum each week. Our professional development programs are available to parents, educators, childcare providers, and healthcare professionals as a means to share and reinforce learning with children and their families who may not be able to visit.
All of the Museum’s work is designed to be replicated and shared with other organizations. We begin by collaborating with respected research and academic institutions and we also partner with national and local government agencies. We are particularly grateful to our forward-looking funders and supporters and are honored to work with other cultural, academic, arts, governmental and civil society groups dedicated to the welfare and advancement of children and families.
Laurie M. Tisch
Founding Board Chair
秒速快3 Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund
Shannon Bauer Aronson
Iliad Realty Group
President and CEO
秒速快3 Trinity Place Holdings, Inc.
Miyoung E. Lee
Vice-Chair, Exhibitions and Programming
Hudson Bay Capital
Myron Kaplan, Esq.
Kleinberg, Kaplan, Wolff & Cohen, P.C.
halley k harrisburg
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery
Lynn B. Bayard
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
Co-Founder and Partner
Michael J. Boublik
Chairman of Mergers and Acquisitions
Michael Cohen, PhD
Michael Cohen Group, LLC
Senior Vice President, Strategic Partnerships & Business Development
Renée S. Edelman
Senior Vice President
Deputy Chairman, Head of Post-War and Contemporary Art, New York
Global Head of Business Development
BlueCrest Capital Management
Senior Vice President and Director
Kahn Brothers Group
President and Chief Executive Officer
Nessia Sloane Kushner
秒速快3 The Blackstone Group/GSO Capital Partners
CEO & Founder
Managing Director, Real Estate Group
Kevin B. McGrath, Esq.
Partner, Land Use & Government Relations
Phillips Nizer, LLP
Chief Executive Officer
Tuck’s R.U.S.H. for Literacy
Associate Director, Principal Investments
Zucker Organization/Manhattan Skyline Management Corp.
Executive Leadership Team
Chief Operating Officer
Deputy Director, Education and Exhibitions
Chief Advancement Officer
Director, Finance and Administration
Associate Director, Human Resources & Administration
Associate Director, Guest Services
Supervisor, Guest Services
Assistant, Guest Services
Director, Building Operations
Thomas G. Quaranta
Director of Public Programs and Curator of Contemporary Art
Nellie A.V. Chaban
Director, Education & Community Outreach
Manager, Public Programs
Manager, School Programs & Community Outreach
Coordinator, School Programs & Community Outreach
Coordinator, Public Programs
Director, Exhibition Development and Museum Planning
Senior Manager, Exhibits Operations
Associate Art Director
Director, Institutional Giving
Associate Director, Individual Giving and Special Projects
Manager, Development Operations
秒速快3 Marketing and Communications Consultant
秒速快3 Manager, Membership
Public Relations – Rubenstein Communications
Parties and Rentals
Manager, Birthday Parties and Rentals
Join Our Team!
The Children’s Museum of Manhattan is dedicated to providing children with experiences at the intersection of the arts, sciences and the humanities. These experiences include exhibitions, classes, workshops, performances, and festivals. We’re often looking to expand our team and bring unique, innovative professionals to the Museum. Check back here often to see up-to-date employment opportunities.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
The Board of Directors of CMOM seeks an inspiring, creative, entrepreneurial, and strategic leader with a passion for the mission of the museum and a commitment to engaging and educating children and families. Learn more about this position and how to apply»
Director of Marketing
The Development Department is hiring a Director of Marketing to create and execute strategies to promote CMOM and increase attendance, which includes developing and implementing integrated marketing campaigns across all traditional and digital channels to sustain and build traffic and membership for the museum. This is a new position that will be integral to CMOM’s institutional success in its current location and critical to planning for our future home. Learn more about this position and how to apply»
Public Programs – Experience Facilitator
Experience Facilitator supports the Museum’s Lead Facilitators in a variety of disciplines and exhibitions spaces— assisting in family programs, facilitating guest experiences, as well as monitoring and maintaining quality and cleanliness of exhibits. Learn more about this position and how to apply »
Clean Team Supervisor
The Clean Team Supervisor is responsible for supervising and supporting the daily functions of the maintenance department. This position is responsible for ensuring Clean Team members are scheduled accordingly, to provide extraordinary and sanitary environments for museum-goers.
Associate Museum Educator
Associate Museum Educators guide learners of all ages through exhibit exploration and hands-on, sensory experiences in artmaking, science, and culture.
Senior Museum Educator
Senior Museum Educators design and lead dynamic programming both at the Museum and in diverse community settings, empowering young students to take charge of their own learning through art, storytelling, and imaginative play.
Guest Service Attendants
The Children’s Museum of Manhattan is seeking energetic customer service experts to greet, inform, and direct museum guests upon entry to all the fun! Learn more about this position and how to apply »
Interns will will support the Development team in activities such as memberships, donations, fundraising, special events, grants, and will leave with a full understanding of fundraising for a museum. Learn more about this position and how to apply »
Exhibition Design Internships
Interns will design a variety of materials for upcoming exhibitions. Qualifications must include design portfolio and knowledge of industry standard computer software. Learn more about this position and how to apply »
Exhibition Content Development Internships
Interns will conceive ideas for new interactive exhibitions. Qualifications must include a background in education and/or the creative design process. Learn more about this position and how to apply »