Reynolds-Alberta Museum - Volunteer Opportunities
Are you looking for an opportunity to learn new skills, meet new people,
increase your knowledge and have fun - all in a museum setting? The
Reynolds-Alberta Museum has a dynamic and meaningful Volunteer Program
that can help you achieve those goals. Individuals, retirees, families,
teachers (seasonal) and students of all ages are welcome.
- Volunteer positions are filled as they become available.
are based on finding a match between the abilities, knowledge and
needs of the potential volunteer and the needs of the museum.
positions can be long-term or short-term. Long-term placements tend
to focus on the ongoing activities of the museum. Short-term activities
are usually related to the museum's annual special events that are
typically held on weekends.
Examples of long-term volunteer positions:
- Resource Centre Assistant
- Curatorial Research Assistant
- Restoration Shop Assistant
- Recycling Team Member
- Vintage Vehicle Ride Program Driver (seasonal)
- Office Support
Examples of short-term volunteer positions:
- Gallery Host
- Aviation Hangar Host
- Staff & Volunteer Hospitality
- Shuttle Driver
- Parking Crew
- Children's CraftsAnnouncer
- History Road Parade Driver
- Harvest Festival Field Crew
- Harvest Festival Bread Baking Crew
Reynolds-Alberta Museum recognizes
the tremendous contribution volunteers make to the organization and
the programs presented to the public. Volunteers and paid staff work
toward achieving our vision, mission and goals. One complements the
work of the other.
From September 8, 2010 to September 5, 2011, 134 people volunteered 8,496 hours to the museum and its activities.
Individual volunteer hours range from several hours to 1,260 hours