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The Massachusetts State Police Museum & Learning Center (MSPMLC) is seeking to hire a part time Museum Director. The museum director will report to the Board of Directors. The Museum Director shall be the chief officer of the staff of the Museum, and shall appoint and supervise staff members and volunteers and will be responsible for the day-to-day operation and display of museum artifacts.
The ideal candidate may be a retired person who is looking to keep active and who has a proven record of being highly organized, able to get along with and manage people. The preferred candidate should also have experience in developing and writing policies.
Salary and work schedule is negotiable. Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume by February 15, 2015 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sgt. Mike Andrews of SP Springfield with the Museum’s 1951 Ford Custom. See the Ford at the MSPMLC display at the 30th anniversary Tune By Tuna Car Show at Smith & Wesson in Springfield, MA tomorrow (August 3rd)! Show benefits the Shriner’s Hospital for Children as well as the MSPMLC.
Lt. Col. Frank Matthews, commander for the Investigative Services Division of the Massachusetts State Police, talks about the some of the old equipment on display at the new Massachusetts State Police Museum and Learning Center in Grafton Friday. At the right is Lisa Botka, who works at state police headquarters in Framingham. (T&G Staff/PAUL KAPTEYN)
GRAFTON — In the rooms that once served as a barracks for troopers covering southeast Worcester County, nearly 150 years of state police history are on display in the Massachusetts State Police and Learning Center.
Current and retired state police families and political leaders gathered Friday to open the museum at 44 Worcester St., a former barracks built in 1931. The barracks was replaced in 2006 by a modern barracks in Millbury.
Link to T&G Full Article
New in our online store, two of our most popular items have been joined up and we’re sweetening the deal with a special June-only $10 off coupon!
Get a MSP knife and MSP cuff key combo (regularly $45.00) for only $35.00 when you use the code “combo14” during checkout! This code is only valid on the combination item and will expire on June 30, 2014 so act fast!
Pictured is a sample cover for the MSP 150th Anniversary Commemorative Book.
Note: the actual cover will feature the MSP seals stamped in silver.
Attention All Employees, Sworn & Civilian, Active & Retired:
Next year, 2015, will mark the 150th Anniversary of the MSP. To commemorate this milestone event, the Massachusetts State Police Museum & Learning Center (MSPMLC) is working on a new, library quality, full-color, hardbound book that will document the remarkable history of our department, and honor the men and women who continue to protect both residents and visitors of the our beloved state. Continue reading MSP 150th Anniversary Commemorative Book