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Gallery Interpreters

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Arizona Museum of Natural History

  • 25 people are interested

Interested in Natural History, Dinosaurs, Ancient Cultures, Geology or just enjoy sharing knowledge? Gallery Interpreters are the voice of our education team. Gallery Interpreters interface with our guests in the museum. Gallery Interpreters provide exceptional customer service in the various museum galleries. Current opportunities include Southwest Gallery, Cultures of the Ancient Americas, Dino Cart, Dino Zone, Cretaceous Seas, Geology Cart, and Origins Gallery.

TIME COMMITMENT:Minimum of 3 hours 2-4 times per month, as scheduled on weekdays or weekends.

PURPOSE: To provide visitors with a delightful, educational museum experience through interesting and accurate information about the museum’s exhibitions. Cart volunteers will have artifacts or fossils and other hands-on objects to help facilitate an inquiry-based interaction with museum guests.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Greet and aid the public, learn and apply interpretive techniques relating to current exhibits, be responsible for getting out, interpreting, and putting away hands-on objects.

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About Arizona Museum of Natural History



Mission Statement

The mission of the Arizona Museum of Natural History is to inspire understanding and appreciation of the natural and cultural history of the Southwest.


In the spring of 1977, the City of Mesa opened the Mesa Museum of Archeology and History, later renamed Mesa Southwest Museum. In 2007 the Mesa Southwest Museum was renamed Arizona Museum of Natural History. It was created for the enjoyment of Mesa residents and visitors as part of the City of Mesa's continuing commitment to provide educational, cultural and recreational opportunities.

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We'll work with your schedule.


53 N MacDonald St.MESA, AZ 85201



  • Teaching / Instruction
  • People Skills
  • Anthropology
  • Archeology
  • Community Outreach




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 14
  • Orientation or Training
  • 3 hours/week preferred - minimum 40 hours/year

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