Museum Educator: Museum educators work in museums and art galleries to provide guided tours, workshops, and educational programs for visitors. They interpret the exhibits, artifacts, and artwork, offering historical and cultural context while engaging visitors of all ages.
National Park Ranger: National park rangers serve as heritage interpreters in national parks and protected areas. They lead guided hikes, give presentations, and provide information about the park's natural and cultural resources. They educate visitors on topics such as wildlife, geology, history, and conservation.
Tour Guide: Tour guides work in various heritage sites, such as historic landmarks, archaeological sites, or cultural cities. They lead groups of visitors and provide information about the site's significance, history, and unique features. Tour guides use storytelling techniques to engage visitors and bring the heritage to life.
Botanical Garden Interpreter: Botanical garden interpreters specialize in the interpretation of plant species, ecosystems, and horticultural practices. They conduct guided tours, organize workshops and events, and provide information about the botanical garden's plant collections, conservation efforts, and environmental significance.
Cultural Heritage Officer: Cultural heritage officers work for government agencies, nonprofit organizations, or cultural institutions. They develop and implement heritage interpretation strategies, create exhibits, design educational programs, and collaborate with communities to preserve and promote cultural heritage sites. They may also conduct research and documentation related to heritage sites.
Living History Interpreter: Living history interpreters work in open-air museums or historic reenactment sites. They dress in period costumes and portray historical figures, demonstrating daily life, crafts, and activities from a specific era. They engage visitors in interactive experiences, answer questions, and provide insights into the past.