Do you have a passion for Art, History and/or Science? Join us at the New Jersey State Museum for a volunteer experience like no other! We need dedicated volunteers to create meaningful experiences for our visitors in a variety of ways. We are looking for a diverse team of volunteers of all abilities, educational levels and backgrounds. To begin, complete an application available. Once we have the application we will select candidates to be interviewed for one of our limited positions.
If you have any questions or want to learn more contact Sabrina White, Educator, Volunteers and Outreach 609-292-6310 or Sabrina.firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers can opt into participating in a variety of ways:
All volunteers participating in our Gallery Interpretation unit are required to attend a Master Class focused on providing an overview of the Museum’s collections, exhibits and introduction to curatorial staff. Once the class is complete, volunteers can select a collections focus for further research and tour/gallery presentation development.
Volunteers in this unit can choose to give tours, facilitate gallery cart experience, assist with field trip workshops or greet visitors.
Master Class training takes place at select times of the year; our staff will let you know when the next one is scheduled.
Volunteers looking for more casual experiences or those waiting to join the training for the Gallery Interpretation unit may choose to sign up to help out at Museum events. Events take place monthly and require volunteers to set up, clean up and teach station activities with minimal pre-event training. This option also works well for group volunteering.
Volunteers interested in a more “behind the scenes” experience can opt to help out with office research, organization, inventory and supply preparations for programs. Hours are flexible and the support is greatly appreciated to keep our public programs running smoothly!