The Edmond Historical Society Museum’s volunteer training program covers the rich history of Edmond and general museum operations. The program educates and trains interested candidates for responsible volunteer positions with the Museum. A variety of volunteer opportunities are offered in the following areas:
- Front Desk shifts
- Educational Programming
- Tour Guide
- Saturday Positions
- Outreach Programming
- Special Events
- Site Monitor
- Office Support
The volunteer program includes an orientation session to better understand the selected position and general museum procedures.
Being an Edmond Historical Society Museum volunteer affords you the great chance to enjoy a challenge, meet new friends with similar interests, learn or update skills, and most of all to have a fun time helping a worthy non-profit organization educate the public about the wonderful history of Edmond.
As an Edmond Historical Society Museum volunteer you will receive the VolunteerNewsletter, have access to the museum’s growing library as well as receive invitations to workshops, special events and receptions.
WE provide the interesting training and location – YOU provide the volunteer time to help the Museum preserve history and educate visitors. If you have any questions about the program, please contact the Edmond Historical Society Museum by calling (405) 340-0078 or email Jill.
MEN, WOMEN, SENIOR ADULTS AND STUDENTS WELCOME. ONCE A WEEK, EVERY TWO WEEKS OR ONCE A MONTH 3.5 HOUR COMMITMENT.
The Edmond Historical Society & Museum is looking for an Education Intern. To learn more and apply, click here.