White River Valley Museum
Volunteer training: 2/20/2018
Love history? Want to get involved with your community? Enjoy learning? Join our team of superstar volunteers at the White River Valley Museum and Mary Olson Farm! Volunteers can serve in a number of roles. Which one interests you?
- Docent, meet and greet visitors, help them get the most out of their experience while learning all about the region’s arts and history. Docents are asked to routinely work at least two, three-hour shifts a month at the Museum and seasonally at the Farm.
- Fieldtrip Tour Guide, work with pre-arranged school tours delivering curricular based tours using prescribed lessons and techniques. Fieldtrip Tour Guides are trained to work on one or more of the four fieldtrip offerings, must enjoy working with young people, and are asked to lead or assist in at least two tours a month. Special Tour Guide training is offered for the Farm in September and the Museum in February.
- Special Event Hosts, volunteers that enjoy working with the public and children can sign-up to help lead family events, first Thursday Late Play Dates and festivals.
Upcoming Museum Fieldtrip Tour Guide Training and Info Session: Tuesday, February 20, 2018, 10 AM – Noon.
To RSVP for these trainings or for more information, contact Janet Wells at firstname.lastname@example.org or 253-804-5010.