Curator's Workshop Volunteer Interpreter
13 people are interested
Volunteer Curators interact with visistors and run programs within the Museum's Curator's Workshop, a unique interpretive space which places visitors in a turn of the century naturalist's office.
Curators allow increased access to both the Museum's historic and teaching collections, allowing visitors to explore an area of the museum not readily available to visitors.
Volunteers should be very comfortable talking to and engaging visitors. Volunteers should be curious and love learning new things, creating an atmosphere of mutual inquiry based exploration.
Volunteers must go through basic orientation, complete Colllections Training 101 and basic Curator's Workshop Programs Training. Additional training in collections cataloging and inventorying is available for interested volunters. Due to the training requirements, a 1 year commitment is required.
About EcoTarium, WORCESTER NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY
222 HARRINGTON WAY, WORCESTER, MA 01604, US
To contribute to a better world by inspiring a passion for science and nature.
The EcoTarium is a museum of science and nature located on 60 acres in Worcester, Massachusetts. The EcoTarium Educates the public on science and nature by combining its natural history collections, unreleasable wildlife and state-of-the-art technology to create exhibits and programs designed to inspire a passion for science and nature through discovery.
We'll work with your schedule.
222 Harrington WayWorcester, MA 01604
- Math / Science Instruction
- Special Needs
- People 55+
- Orientation or Training
- 1-2 hours, 1x a week
- 1 year commitment.