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Museum Hack Overview

New York, NY
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
Museums, Zoos & Amusement Parks
$1 to $5 million (USD) per year
Innovative companies like Google, Spotify, LEGO, and Facebook choose Museum Hack for team building and storytelling workshops. We help their staff - including millennials - to be better communicators, with higher retention rates, and stronger bonds -- all while having more ... Read more

Mission: Museum Hack rethinks the traditional museum experience. We create new content, strengthen existing programs, build social media prowess, reach new audiences, and increase relevance and engagement.

We also use museums as effective team building spaces for ... Read more

Museum Hack Reviews

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    "Wonderful Company To Work For!"

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    I have been working at Museum Hack full-time


    Being a remote company, there is tremendous closeness and camaraderie between the staff. True family feeling!

    The entire team holds themselves accountable, yet they all work together as a team for the overall success and growth of the company.

    In my short amount of time with the Museum Hack, I've never noticed anyone "throwing someone under the bus." When a mistake is made, everyone involved steps up to fix the error immediately, and growth / feedback is shared to prevent the same issues in the future.

    The internal communication system is fabulous. Always connected, immediate response. Never feel ignored.

    There is so much respect for the team.

    FUN and awesome experiences for our clients and staff alike! We are making a difference and an impact!


    The company has grown so fast and some of the processes can be improved. This is work in progress.

    Since it is a remote company, you can't "peek" over a cubicle. While not necessarily a con, if working autonomously isn't your cup of tea, then a remote company may not be the right fit for you.

    Advice to Management

    Keep doing what you're doing! I appreciate the open communication and transparency. Love Museum Hack. Love the people. Love our Core Values! You're the BEST!

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Museum Hack Photos

Museum Hack photo of: Team being goofy in the American Wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Museum Hack photo of: Tableau vivant at the Met!
Museum Hack photo of: Sometimes our guides write songs and sing.
Museum Hack photo of: Just saying...
Museum Hack photo of: Team photo in front of the Freer Sackler Gallery
Museum Hack photo of: VIP Tour in front of the Temple of Dendur at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Museum Hack Interviews



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    I applied online. I interviewed at Museum Hack in June 2017.


    Everything is initially done online. The application is detail and gives you an idea of the company culture. If selected to move forward, there is an online questionnaire to fill out. At that point, they schedule initial interviews via the phone. There are multiple rounds of interviews, a personality test, and a reference check. The process took a month from application to offer.

    Interview Questions

    • Do you have experience working remotely? If not, what does your self management experience look like?   1 Answer
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