Becoming a Museum volunteer can be a rewarding experience, offering personal enrichment, increased knowledge of our areas history, and an opportunity to develop new skills and meet new friends with similar interests. At the same time, volunteers strengthen the Museum and play an active role in its success.
As a volunteer at the Augusta Museum of History, you can contribute your time and talents in many different ways. You do not need to have a history background to be involved we will train you! Persons who are interested in volunteering may find opportunities in one of the areas below.
Docents are the face and the voice of the Museum to thousands of visitors every year. After a training course on the collection, volunteers are ready to give tours. This placement requires an enthusiasm for the Museums collection and a talent for communication with children and adults.
Collections volunteers work with the Museum's Registrar cataloging and processing a wide range of the Museums collections and artifacts.
Administrative volunteers work with the Museum staff in records management, membership processing, and various light clerical duties. On-the-job training is provided as needed.
Programs and Events
Volunteer opportunities are available to work with staff during special events, helping with exhibitions, and assisting with research projects.
To volunteer at the Augusta Museum of History please call 706-722-8454 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org with Volunteer in the subject line.