Public Programs/Events Volunteer
ORGANIZATION: TREASURE ISLAND MUSEUM
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The Treasure Island Museum is seeking volunteers to assist with implementing our free public programs!
We provide free lectures/programs once a month on Saturday mornings in historic Building One (the Administration Building), located on Treasure Island in San Francisco.
Volunteer tasks may include assisting with setting up for programs & cleaning up afterwards, greeting & counting visitors, assistance with A/V, collecting visitor donations & contact information, and answering visitor questions.
Our events include programming related to this history of Treasure Island, and are a fun way to learn interesting facts about local history and connect with people in the area!
About TREASURE ISLAND MUSEUM
One Avenue of the Palms, Room 111 Treasure Island, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94130, US
Preserve the island’s Pacific-themed heritage. Inform residents and visitors of the island’s historical relevance to today’s issues and tomorrow’s concerns. Invest in the island’s future through educational programs and community partnerships. Inspire a new generation with the Bay Area’s spirit of ingenuity embodied by Treasure Island.
Guardian of the island's history for over 40 years, the nonprofit Treasure Island Museum is working to fund the ongoing renovation and programming for the return of the new, full Treasure Island Museum. We currently have an archival collection relating to Treasure Island history and offer interim exhibitions, public lectures, tours and online content.
Building One, Treasure Island, Room 111One Avenue of the PalmsSan Francisco, CA 94130
June 20, 2022
- Community Outreach
- People Skills
- Relationship Building
- People 55+