The Augusta Jewish Museum is growing and has positions open.
About the AJM:
The mission of the Augusta Jewish Museum is to reclaim and restore the original Congregation Children of Israel Synagogue, the oldest standing synagogue in Georgia, and re-purpose it as a Museum and Education Center. The adjacent historic Court of Ordinary, an early fireproof building in GA, once preserved Richmond County’s records. Now, as part of the new Augusta Jewish Museum, it will collect, preserve, and interpret the rich evidence of the Jewish experience in Augusta, GA, Aiken, SC, and of the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA); and will educate, challenge and inspire audiences of all ages and backgrounds. The museum maintains an engaged Board for project management, as well as a Collections Manager, and Administrative Assistant.
Our organization is a tax-exempt, qualified charitable organization under the requirements of Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3). The Augusta Jewish Museum is eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions in accordance with Code section 170.
The Augusta Jewish Museum complies with IRS regulations for public inspection and disclosure of certain organization documents.