Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens
714 N. Portage Path
DescriptionStan Hywet Hall & Gardens is the former home of early industrialist and Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company co-founder, F.A. Seiberling, and his wife, Gertrude. The 65 room Tudor Revival style mansion designed by Charles Schneider was built between 1912-1915 and today encompasses 70 acres of restored gardens originally created by noted landscape architect Warren Manning. After 40 years of occupancy, the Seiberling heirs helped create the non-profit foundation which has operated the museum since 1957. Stan Hywet is accredited by the American Association of Museums and is listed as a National Historic Landmark and an Official Project of Save America's Treasures. Tours are offered daily April through December.
Assist the Horticulture Staff at the historic property which consists of approximately 70 acres and is host to seven distinct gardens and a greenhouse/conservatory which are open to the public. They will learn through the installation of garden plantings, maintenance of historic gardens, and use of an extensive collection of plant material.
Currently enrolled in Agronomy, biology, Floriculture, Landscape Horticulture, Forestry, Turf Management, or related major or minor degree.
Experience in gardening preferred.
Ability to meet flexible schedule.
Physically able to lift, bend, and work in kneeling position.