The Township of Minden Hills is looking for three students at the cultural centre.

Students eligible for the Student Summer Jobs Program are being encouraged to consider the Minden Hills Cultural Centre when looking for work.

The town announced it has openings at the cultural centre for Summer Students Heritage Interpreters. According to the town, the job has the students working with the curator to act out time period activities and operate children’s programming.

If the student wants to be eligible, they need to be a Canadian citizen permanent resident or have refugee status in Canada, be legally entitled to work in Canada, between 16 and 30 years old, have finished a school term at the start of employment, meet the specific criteria, be registered for the YCW online candidate inventory, be willing to commit to the full duration, and not have another job that exceeds 30 hours a week.

It should be noted that in the job profile, the town says that students with experience in art, history, museum studies, theatre, tourism, environmental studies or museum/gallery administration will get preference over other students.

To apply for the job, students will need to send a letter of application, their resume, and any other relevant information to Emily Stonehouse at the Minden Hills township office.