The National Inventors Hall of Fame® (NIHF) is a dynamic, nonprofit organization that offers its employees, interns and volunteers the opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to inspire creativity and innovation in America.
Through our programs, we have encouraged nearly two million people to explore, create and invent. We honor the greatest inventors whose innovations have changed our world through Induction into NIHF, recognize college-level inventors through the Collegiate Inventors Competition® and inspire a new generation of innovators through education programs, including Camp Invention®, Invention Project®, Invention Playground® and Club Invention® .
We have an entrepreneurial culture that rewards creativity and ambition. We also understand the value and importance, both professionally and personally, of providing our employees with a comprehensive benefits package. We are committed to providing competitive benefits, including health benefits, retirement savings, professional development opportunities and more.
If you want to be a part of something monumental, please explore our opportunities below.
The National Inventors Hall of Fame is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace dedicated to pursuing and hiring a diverse workforce.
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The Interview Process
Step 1: Apply
Check out our position openings above and submit your resume.
Step 2: Introductory Phone Call
Our recruitment team will review resumes and schedule a call with selected candidates to provide an introduction to the organization and position.
Step 3: Phone Interview
Our hiring managers may decide to schedule a brief phone interview to ask more in-depth questions.
Step 4: In-Person Interview
A final number of candidates will be invited to in-person interviews at our NIHF headquarters to meet with hiring managers and other team members. Certain positions may require up to three on-site interviews.
Final Step: Welcome to the NIHF team!
We will present an offer letter to the final candidate and begin the onboarding process, including a background check, new hire paperwork and organizational information.