Volunteer Opportunities

Peabody Museum Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Family Activity Facilitators work with the Peabody Museum public educators to ensure that children and their families have the most engaging and fun experience possible. Volunteers participate in museum festivals, weekend family programs, and other special events, engaging visitors with hands-on artifacts to enrich their museum experience. Volunteer Facilitators are trained to interact with the public, with museum exhibits, and with related artifacts. This is an ongoing program with occasional half-day weekend volunteer opportunities.

If you would like to learn more about volunteer opportunities at the Museum, complete the application and email or fax it to the Coordinator of Museum Volunteers Carol Carlson at carolcarlson@hmsc.harvard.eduRecommended: use the latest version of Adobe Reader to open the application, fill it out, and save it before sending. (Download Adobe Reader.)


 

 

 

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A volunteer helps a young visitor make a Maya glyph rubbing during a School Vacation Week Discovery Room.

 

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