Educate the public about an integral part of Westchester County history at the Miller House.
Westchester County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation, a Nationally Accredited Parks System, has an Educator seasonal job opportunity available at the Miller House - Washington’s Headquarters. Schedule may include both weekend and week day hours based on seasonal demands.

The Miller House is a recently-renovated 18th-century style farmhouse that served as a command post during the 1776 Battle of White Plains. The house, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was the home to Ann and Elijah Miller and portrays the life of the average colonial family in Westchester during the time of the American Revolution.


  • Provide guided tours, conduct interpretive programs and demonstrations to the public, provide educational programs to schools and scout groups, and offer birthday parties at the Miller House and at additional facilities as-needed
  • Assist in the development and operation of a 3-day per-week camp program
  • Assist with special projects related to historic research
  • Assist in operation of special events and programs
  • Light maintenance/cleaning duties as necessary

Qualifications and Requirements

  • Candidates must be available at least one weekend day
  • Qualified candidates must demonstrate friendly and effective public presentation skills
  • The ability to conduct hands-on demonstrations of colonial-era chores
  • Have knowledge and interest in local history during the American Revolution
  • Must be 18 years of age or older

Contact/Send resume
Kristina Hayek, Curator

(914) 428-1005

2024 seasonal application.

Westchester County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.