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Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center

Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center

Non-Profit/Service OrganizationHeritage/MusuemsMuseums

About Us

Our mission is to collect, preserve and interpret the rich history of the multicultural logging community. We celebrate the contribution these isolated communities.

Maxville, OR was once a ghost town. But today, thanks to the efforts of the descendants of families who once lived there, the story of this former logging community is being told and celebrated in creative and inspiring ways. This renewed interest in Oregon's timber industry and its workers is, in turn, bringing new life to this part of Oregon.


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Category: Education
Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center seeks a program manager experienced in the field of nonprofit management, museums and cultural resource and education. The role is focused on three areas: 1) public outreach and education 2) curriculum development for learners of all ages 3) project execution and a working, outdoor education knowledge base. Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center (MHIC) is more
Phone:(541) 426-3545
Administrative Assistant - FT
Category: Accounting
Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center seeks an experienced, high-energy administrative assistant. The role is focused on supporting day-to-day program functions in the areas of administration, executive support, and facilities coordination. Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center (MHIC) is dedicated to gathering, preserving, and sharing the rich history of African American, Indigenous, and immigrant more
Phone:(541) 426-3545