The Board of Directors of the Children's Toy and Doll Museum jointly handle all corporation business and guide the activities of the Museum. Board members are all volunteers and there is no Museum staff, so board members all contribute in various ways to Museum operations. Board members are expected to attend monthly meetings, held the third Monday of the month. Many board members serve as docents at the Museum. Some are elected to specific leadership positions. All are expected to contribute and guide the fundraising initiatives of the Museum.
About CHILDRENS TOY AND DOLL MUSEUM
PO BOX 4034, MARIETTA, OH 45750, US
The Children's Toy and Doll Museum preserves playthings that have served to teach, amuse, and expand the imagination of children locally and throughout the greater world at large.
The Children's Toy and Doll Museum of Marietta, OH serves as a repository for children's playthings, not limited to those of yesteryear. The Museum makes appealing, educational and motivational displays of its collection for the benefit of the general public. We provide a stage for displaying private collections and traveling exhibits of toys and dolls. We are proactive in our acquisiton and avoid stagnation in both our presentation and future growth. The Museum is a chartered nonprofit corporation of Ohio and sustains itself through entrance fees, memberships, fundraisers, gifts, grants, and endowment. It's Board of Directors and docents are volunteers.
We'll work with your schedule.
206 Gilman AveMARIETTA, OH 45750
- Youth Services
- Exhibition Arts
- Executive Admin
- Program Management
- People 55+
- Orientation or Training
- Estimated time commitment is 10 hours per month, although this will vary from month to month. Less time is required from Nov. - April when the Museum is closed and more time is required from May - October when the Museum is open.
- An ability to think organizationally and strategically. An ability to work well with others. A delight in toys and dolls would be a plus.