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Now Hiring – Archives Research Assistant

Jewish Museum and Archives of British Columbia Job title: Archives Research Assistant Duration: 30 hours per week, Monday – Thursday for 12 weeks Start and end dates: June 3rd – August 23rd 2019 Hourly Wage: $15/hour The Jewish Museum and Archives of British Columbia (JMABC), administered by the Jewish Historical Society of British Columbia (JHSBC), … Keep Reading

Now Hiring – Archives Processing Assistant

Jewish Museum and Archives of British Columbia Job title: Archives Processing Assistant Duration: 30 hours per week, Monday – Thursday for 12 weeks Start and end dates: June 3rd – August 22nd 2019 Hourly Wage: $15/hour The Jewish Museum and Archives of British Columbia (JMABC), administered by the Jewish Historical Society of British Columbia (JHSBC), … Keep Reading

Now Hiring – Curatorial Assistant

The Jewish Museum and Archives of BC is pleased to invite applications for the position of Curatorial Assistant. We will be hiring two Curatorial Assistants for a three-month term of summer 2019 to aid in the development of exhibits documenting BC Jewish community history.   To apply, please review the Job Posting and submit your … Keep Reading

Celebrating the Diverse Histories of Strathcona

Celebrating the Diverse Histories of Strathcona

The neighbourhood of Strathcona is one of Vancouver’s earliest residential districts, and a place of great importance for many of the city’s communities. Over the years, the Jewish, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Ukrainian, First Nations and Black communities have all made a home here, setting up shops, community halls, and houses of worship – all the … Keep Reading

Heritage Week explores Vancouver’s Jewish community in Oakridge

Heritage Week explores Vancouver’s Jewish community in Oakridge

Buildings such as the Jewish Community Centre, King David High School and Temple Sholom synagogue are among landmarks in the Oakridge neighbourhood, but alongside their architectural importance, it’s the history and stories associated with them that help imbue them with life and meaning. Michael Schwartz, director of community engagement at the Jewish Museum and Archives … Keep Reading