Looking for a chance to become more involved with your local museum? Download the Volunteer application and submit a completed version to:
Scott Goetz: email@example.com
Because museum volunteers have a close working relationship with visitors and collections held by the museums, a volunteer candidate must pass a background check and sign a waiver before beginning. Additionally, some training may be required.
Cleaning of the museum facility. Vacuum, dust, clean glass, clean bathrooms or other light cleaning as needed
Craftspeople to do general repairs and construction projects, exhibit construction and painting.
Assist in historical research on topics related to Wind River Region history, exhibits, update & create vertical files, articles, assist in filling research requests.
Lend a helping hand with event registration, greeting guests, providing crowd control, ticket sales, logistical support, or program delivery,
Answer questions (phone and in person), manage gift store merchandise and maintain a neat and orderly museum store.
Greet and engage visitors while in the exhibit hall.
Under the supervision of the Central Director and site staff assists in recruiting, training, scheduling and leading volunteers for all aspects of the museum’s volunteer program.
Undertake specific projects that require accessioning, backlog, storage, digitization of photos, archival material, tapes to digital format, and help identify pictures and items, etc.
Assist in cataloging storage collections, cleaning storage, researching, displaying and care for museum artifacts and exhibits.
Join the Blue Bird Team in Dubois or take on the Visitor Service Coordinator Assistant position.
Assist in day to day office support - answering phones on weekends, filing, shredding, printing, preparing mailings, data entry as well as researching for new programs and educational materials.
Lawn mowing and trimming, spraying of weeds and weed eating, shrub trimming. General grounds work upkeep during the yard season. Snow removal.