Local science centers and museums are tailor-made partner organizations for 4-H Science programs. Science centers and museums have the capacity to provide a wealth of resources including space for programs and events , and are a stellar source for recruiting content rich volunteers. Partnering with science centers and museums helps to develop a positive perception of 4-H and the relevant science programming 4-H provides youth. It is important to recognize that science centers and museums are not always "labeled" as such.
Welcome to the Harvard Museums of Science & Culture’s Volunteer Team!
Teen Programs | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Our visitors learn more about the world around us through touch, observation, interaction, and play. Their experiences are made substantially more meaningful through the dedication of our enthusiastic core of volunteers, who are an integral part of the Museum's community. Volunteers support the Museum in activities that range from interacting with visitors to providing administrative support for the staff. In all that they do, their commitment enables the Museum to provide a lively, fun, and educational experience for everyone.
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Our volunteers have diverse backgrounds with different skills and interests. Volunteers provide a personalized experience for our visitors whether it be hands-on activities, facilitating drawing in the galleries or welcoming guests to our compelling public programs. Please note, HMSC volunteers do not work with collections or behind-the-scenes with the research museums. Unfortunately, there are no positions that work with the collections department. Please contact the individual research museums for those opportunities.
The top 45 ways to volunteer in the arts in Toronto. Want to volunteer in the arts in Toronto? It may seem like an oxymoron with many artists in the city not getting any real money for the work they do. But while stable, well-paying arts jobs are scarce; Toronto is filled with volunteer opportunities for anyone interested in getting experience in the field and a chance to do the kinds of things that you would never be able to do otherwise. So whether this is your way of adding a few lines to your resume in hopes of a new career, or simply to foster your creative side, or support your community, there are a lot of ways to be artsy in Toronto without getting a pay cheque.