Clemente Museum Volunteer - Youth Programming
THE CLEMENTE COLLECTION AT ENGINE HOUSE 25
The Clemente Museum is looking for volunteers! Located in Lawrenceville, Pittsburgh, the Clemente Museum is an important cultural resource for the local community. The Museum is dedicated to telling the story of Roberto Clemente, a baseball legend and true humanitarian.
The Museum needs volunteers who are passionate about education and Roberto Clemente. Our volunteers help provide tours for the general public and educational groups (namely schools, youth sports organizations, etc.). You will be provided with an orientation, training, and Museum resources to prepare for this role. As a volunteer, we ask for 8-20 hours per month of your time, with an option for additional hours if preferred.
The ideal candidate should:
· Have interest in baseball
· Work to continue the legacy of Roberto Clemente
· Have experience in public speaking
We are eager to bring on volunteers fluent in Spanish and/or ASL. If you have any language skills, please note so in your application. Please also note if you have worked in youth education settings.
Send applications to email@example.com.
About THE CLEMENTE COLLECTION AT ENGINE HOUSE 25
3339 PENN AVE, PITTSBURGH, PA 15201, US
The Clemente Museum is dedicated to preserving the legacy of Roberto Clemente.
The Clemente Museum is housed in historic Engine House 25, located in the revitalized Lawrenceville section of Pittsburgh. Executive Director and Curator, Duane Rieder, has meticulously renovated Engine House 25 to showcase the world’s largest exhibited collection of baseball artifacts, works of art, literature, photographs, memorabilia, and related materials which focus on Roberto Clemente, his teammates, his personal life, and his humanitarian causes. Whether it is the Gold Gloves, The Silver Slugger Award, the 1960 and ’71 World Series Rings, the cleats and home base from the ’71 series or the name of his wife, Vera, scratched into a vase Roberto made for her, visitors to the museum will leave knowing, more fully, what made Roberto Clemente a great man.