Rancho Los Cerritos is committed to the mission of restoring and preserving its historic home and gardens and bringing stories of the past — from Indigenous times through the 1940s — to the public.
Located in the beautiful Bixby Knolls area of Long Beach, the Rancho provides a collaborative and exciting work environment. Join us in uncovering the roots of Long Beach!
We have opportunities for volunteers, staff, and interns all of which will be listed below.
Rancho Los Cerritos is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
RLC depends on volunteers of all ages to help bring history alive to our visitors, especially now as we reopen our outdoor spaces.
The Rancho offers both paid and unpaid internship positions to interested students who wish to gain experience in the curatorial, education, horticulture, and development departments when available. If you are a high school or college student seeking an internship or service project for class credit, please contact Rancho@RanchoLosCerritos.org. Please include your resume and indicate if your interested in working in the curatorial, education, horticulture, or development department.
Rancho Los Cerritos is pleased to offer two paid internships this summer through the Getty Marrow Undergraduate Internship Program. Please click the links below to learn more about the internships, including eligibility requirements and how to apply. Application deadline is April 18 for both internships.
Getty Marrow Curatorial Internship
Internship for Class Credit
If you are a high school or college student seeking an internship project for class credit please contact Rancho@RanchoLosCerritos.org. Please include your resume and indicate if your interested in working in the curatorial, education, horticulture, or development department.
Thank you for your interest in joining the RLC team. There is currently one open position.
Rancho Los Cerritos is seeking a Development Director to join our team to lead the effort in designing and implementing a comprehensive fundraising program to support the annual fundraising goals of the organization. The full-time Development Director is joining our team during an exciting and defining moment in the Rancho’s history as we complete a new strategic plan to incorporate diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility, STEAM education and environmental sustainability throughout the four pillars of our work: Preservation, Innovation, Education and Stewardship.
For a full position description, including information on how to apply, click here.