Fort Ticonderoga is one of North America’s most significant and oldest historic sites. Our mission is to preserve, educate, and provoke active discussion about the past and its importance to present and future generations. We foster an on-going dialogue surrounding citizens, soldiers, and nations through America’s military heritage.
The historic site and museum is comprised of approximately 2,000 acres and includes the Log House Welcome Center, reconstructed fort, the Carillon Battlefield, the Pavilion, the King’s Garden, Mount Defiance, Mount Hope, Mount Independence, and numerous other historic features that span the property’s history. The Fort Ticonderoga Museum holds one of the most comprehensive and premier collections of 18th-century material culture.
Current staffing includes 27 full-time year-round employees and approximately 80 part-time, project or seasonal employees.
Ticonderoga preserves, educates, and provokes active discussion about the past and its importance to present and future generations. We foster an on-going dialogue surrounding citizens, soldiers, and nations through America’s military heritage. We aspire to enrich the human experience and strengthen citizenship by fostering critical thinking, historical literacy, and an appreciation of beauty.
The following positions are now open:
- Garden Interpreter
- Carpentry Intern
- America’s Fort Cafe Waitstaff
- America’s Fort Cafe Cook
- America’s Fort Cafe Dishwasher
- Maritime Interpreter
- Military Interpreter
- Vice President of Business Development & Capital Projects
- School and Youth Program Interpreter
The PDF version of the employment application can be found here.