Parry Sound-Muskoka MP, Tony Clement, attended the Boat and Heritage Museum in Gravenhurst this morning to highlight the hiring of Kirsten Schofield, Collections Assistant/Museum Educator, through the Canada Summer Jobs program.
“Each year the federal government provides funds to local communities and businesses to hire students. It is a proud tradition that continues to offer great opportunities for our students, while at the same time giving seasonal resources to support our businesses, communities and cultural institutions like the Boat and Heritage Museum, ” said Clement.
Ann Curley, operations manager of the Muskoka Boat and Heritage Centre, said Kirsten’s primary role is to provide museum education in the summer day camp-weekday program, weekend programming as well as to assist with the collection for the summer.
Kirsten is a recent honours graduate from Gravenhurst High School, and is pursuing a career in education.
— Tony Clement (@TonyclementCPC) July 6, 2016