Contact Us
General Inquiries: info@hulllifesavingmuseum.org

Telephone: (781) 925-5433
Fax:  (781) 925-0992

Mail:  Hull Lifesaving Museum
         1117 Nantasket Avenue
         P.O. Box 221
         Hull, MA 02045

Seaport Boatshop:  (617) 443-1900

Museum Staff

Suzanne Heilman
Interim Executive Director
sue@hulllifesavingmuseum.org

Ed McCabe
Director of Maritime & New Program Development
ed@hulllifesavingmuseum.org

Corinne Leung
Director of Advancement and Communications
Corinne@hulllifesavingmuseum.org

Jim Dobis
Business Manager
jim@hulllifesavingmuseum.org

Victoria Stevens
Curator
victoria@hulllifesavingmuseum.org

Edmund Norton

MAP Program Director
norton@hulllifesavingmuseum.org

Barry Pritchard
MAP Case Manager
barry@hulllifesavingmuseum.org

Rafael Vieira

Boatshop & Waterfront Educator
Rafael@hulllifesavingmuseum.org

William Foley
Boatshop Instructor
bill@hulllifesavingmuseum.org

 


Board of Directors

Robert MacIntyre
Chair/President of Board

Nowell Bloomenthal
Vice President

Paul Carlson
Treasurer

Dolly Snow Bicknell
Clerk

Chris Basler
Board Member

Steven Clancy
Board Member

Maureen Gillis
Board Member

Joan Meschino
Board Member

Chad Wolfe
Board Member
 

Job Openings

Assistant Case Manager/Job Support Specialist
Overview of the Position:
The Hull Lifesaving Museum ("HLM") is conducting a search for an Assistant Case Manager/Job Support Specialist for its Maritime Apprentice Program in Boston. The Maritime Apprentice Program is a highly regarded career exploration program for proven-risk young adult males from Boston, combining training in carpentry, boat-building, education, internships and case management.

The Assistant Case Manger/Job Support Specialist position reports to the Program Director. Duties will include:

  • One-on-one counseling with apprentices regarding life choices, educational goals and anger management.
  • Leading small group discussions.
  • Engaging potential job and training sites for apprentices; liaison to educational placements.
  • Working alongside MAP teachers and apprentices in our boat shop; setting limits as needed.
  • Outreach work in community, attending meetings across city and region.

Minimum Requirements:

  • A minimum of 3 years of experience with at-risk youth, and strong knowledge of support services in and around Boston.
  • Strong writing skills.
  • Bachelor's degree preferred.
  • Ability to speak Spanish preferred.

Salary and benefits: competitive and commensurate with experience.

HLM is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer which actively encourages applicants who represent the broadest range of cultural, ethnic, and economic diversity.

To apply: send resume and cover letter describing relevant skills and attributes by October 31, 2014 to Ed Norton, Maritime Apprentice Proogram Director, at norton@hulllifesavingmuseum.org.

Mission Statement
The Hull Lifesaving Museum, the museum of Boston Harbor Heritage, preserves the region’s lifesaving tradition and maritime culture through collections, exhibits, experiential and interpretive education, research and service to others. The museum’s open water rowing programs in Boston Harbor educate young people about themselves while developing a constituency that takes stewardship for its maritime history. The deeds, traditions, and ethics of nineteenth century coastal lifesavers—Skills, Courage, and Caring—are the foundation of the museum’s exhibits and programs, and its underlying commitment to working to impact society, and individual lives, for the better.

Our Sites
Point Allerton Station
The headquarters of the Hull Lifesaving Museum is located at the Point Allerton U.S. Lifesaving Station in Hull, MA. The museum exhibits are open to
the public year round.

Windmill Point
Windmill Point Boathouse (Hull) is the base of our South Shore Maritime Program.

Seaport Boatshop
The Seaport Boathouse at the Marine Industrial Park in South Boston, 22 Drydock Avenue, houses the Boston-based maritime programs.

Boston Rowing Center
Our site for waterfront operations and our rowing fleet is located in Fort Point Cha
nnel.

Plan Your Museum Visit
Address and Phone

General Inquiries: info@hulllifesavingmuseum.org

Telephone: (781) 925-5433
Fax:  (781) 925-0992

Mail:  Hull Lifesaving Museum
         1117 Nantasket Avenue
         P.O. Box 221
         Hull, MA 02045

Seaport Boatshop:  (617) 443-1900

Hours of Operation
Point Allerton Life-Saving Station Hours:
January - April: Monday - Thursday, 10 am - 4 pm.
May - December: Monday - Thursday and Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm.
July - August: Sunday, 10 am - 4 pm.
Additional hours and guided tours available by appointment.

Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday 9 am - 5 pm
Friday - 9 am - 1 pm

Directions
Directions to Point Allerton U.S. Lifesaving Station

1117 Nantasket Avenue, Hull, MA

From Boston:
Take Southeast Expressway South to Route 3 South. Follow Rte. 3 South to Exit 14 for Route 228 (Rockland/Nantasket). Take a left off the exit ramp and follow Rte. 228 into Hull where it becomes Nantasket Avenue. Follow Nantasket Avenue(ocean on your right) for approximately 5 miles, about a seven-minute drive through t own . After crossing a narrow isthmus, bear right at the distinctly modern Wastewater Treatment Facility. The Museum, a green clap board building with cream trim and a deep red shingle roof directly facing Boston Light, will be the first building on your left.
Approximate travel time from Boston: 1 hour and 10 minutes.

From the South:
Take Route 3 North to Exit 14 for Route 228 (Rockland/Nantasket). Take a right off the e xit ramp and follow Rte. 228 into Hull where it becomes Nantasket Avenue. Follow Nantasket Avenue(ocean on your right) for approximately 5 miles, about a seven-minute drive through town. After crossing a narrow isthmus, bear right at the distinctly modern Wastewater Treatment Facility. The Museum, a green clapboard building with cream trim and a deep red shingle roof directly facing Boston Light, will be the first building on your left.
Approximate travel time from Exit 14 to the Museum: 25 minutes.

Directions to the Windmill Point Boathouse
185 Main Street, Hull, MA

Directions to the Seaport Boathouse
22 Drydock Avenue, Boston, MA  From the North via I-93:
Heading southbound on Interstate 93 towards Boston, take Exit 22 – South Station. Pass through two sets of lights; at the top of the exit ramp, take the first left onto Summer Street. Follow Summer Street eastbound; proceed on Summer Street for approximately 1.25 miles. Turn left onto Drydock Avenue, into the Marine Industrial Park. We are located at 22 Drydock Avenue. Please park in the parking garage at 20 Drydock Avenue, directly across from the entrance to Black Falcon Avenue.

From the South via I-93:
Heading northbound on Interstate 93 towards Boston, take Exit 20, which will be immediately after Exit 18. Follow the signs to "I-90 East" and take the "South Boston" exit. At the top of the ramp, proceed straight onto East Service Road. Turn right onto Congress Street. Pass the Seaport Hotel on your left, and bear right onto D Street. At the first set of lights turn left onto Summer Street. Turn left onto Drydock Avenue, into the Marine Industrial Park. We are located at 22 Drydock Avenue. Please park in the parking garage at 20 Drydock Avenue, directly across from the entrance to Black Falcon Avenue.

From the West via Massachusetts Turnpike:
Follow the Massachusetts Turnpike/Interstate 90 East to Exit 25 – South Boston. At the top of the ramp take a left, and then take the first right onto Congress Street. Pass the Seaport Hotel on your left, and bear right onto D Street. At the first intersection, turn left onto Summer Street. Turn left onto Drydock Avenueinto the Marine Industrial Park. We are located at 22 Drydock Avenue. Please park in the parking garage at 20 Drydock Avenue, directly across from the entrance to Black Falcon Avenue.

From Logan International Airport and Route 1A South:
Follow the signs towards I-90 West – Ted Williams Tunnel. Take the Ted Williams Tunnel to Exit 25. At the top of the ramp take a right onto Congress Street. Pass the Seaport Hotel on your left, and bear right onto D Street. At the first intersection, turn left onto Summer Street. . Turn left onto Drydock Avenue, into the Marine Industrial Park. We are located at 22 Drydock Avenue. Please park in the parking garage at 20 Drydock Avenue, directly across from the entrance to Black Falcon Avenue.

By Public Transportation or Shuttle Bus:
MBTA provides bus service (#3 and #6) to the Seaport District from South Station; the bus will stop in front of the Boston Design Center on Drydock Avenue. We are located on the left hand side, 1 block past the stop at
22 Drydock Avenue. In addition, the nearest T stop is South Station on the Red Line. Joseph's Limousine operates a shuttle bus from Dorchester Avenue (behind the Federal Reserve Bank), across the street from South Station. The shuttle operates from 7 am to 7 pm, Monday through Friday. Detailed schedules are available at South Station.

Taxi Service:
Boston Cab (617) 536-2600, Checker Cab (617) 536-7000, Metro Cab (617) 242-8000, Town Taxi (617) 536-5000

Admission
Adults, $5.00, Seniors, $3.00.
Children 18 and under, and museum members are free.

Accessibility
The Station Museum is fully accessible on the first floor, with special interpretive materials available.

Links and Partners
Event Sponsors:
Beachfire Restaurant & Bar
Bloomenthal & deBastos, LLP
Clarion Nantasket Beach Resort & Conference Center
Gray, Gray & Gray, LLP
Nantasket Cranberry
One4Three Productions
Seadog Brew Pub
Simple Irresistible
Townie Design

Maritime Apprentice Program (MAP) Partners: 
3A Marine Services
Advantage Construction
Allerton Harbor Canvas, LLP
Ben Franklin Institute of Technology
Boston Municipal Court - Probation Department
Boston Public Health Commission - PACT Initiative
BYSN Partners
Daley and Woll Marine Joinery and Restoration
International Association of Machinists, District Lodge #4
Massachusetts Bay Lines

Mass. Bay Maritime Artisans
Massachusetts Marine Trades Association
Massachusetts Pile Drivers
Massasoit Community College
Neptune Marine Services, LLC
New England Green Energy
Northeast Ship Repair
SMART Team
Steamboat Wharf Marina, Inc.
Tobin Construction
UMass Boston Division of Marine Operations
Wheelock College


Visiting the Area

Hull-Nantasket Chamber of Commerce


 

 

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