The Glazer Children’s Museum has many volunteer opportunities for teens, adults, and groups. Volunteers interact, teach, and inspire museum visitors. It is through a volunteer’s graciously donated time and talents, that we can better meet our mission to create a learning laboratory where children play, discover, and connect to the world around them to develop as lifelong learners and leaders.
We always seek energetic individuals to help us bring Glazer Children’s Museum to life. Volunteers of all abilities, interests, and schedules are needed. All volunteer candidates are subject to criminal background checks.
Volunteer Commitments Levels
Teen Play Leader We host our Teen Play Leader programs year-round. Join us for the Fall or Spring Semesters or during the Summer to complete your 100 hours of service! The mission of the Teen Play Leader program is to inspire, train, and engage teen students to prepare them for future careers in museums and education. Teen Play Leaders must commit to at least 100 hours of service and must be at least 14 years old.
General | Spring Cohort, January 9-May 28, 2023 | Download volunteer description here
Adult Volunteers Join us to volunteer for regular shifts (weekly, every other week, monthly, or seasonally). Tell us about your skills, interests, and goals, and we will find a volunteer opportunity that works best for you. Shifts may change as needed on a case-by-case basis.
Group Volunteers Gather your group to volunteer at the museum for special projects or special events and programs. College, high school, social, corporate, and other nonprofit groups are all welcome. The primary contact will be established for the group, and it will be the responsibility of the group leader to coordinate for the group to arrive at the Museum for the scheduled volunteer assignment. Group members must be at least 14 years old to volunteer.
How to Become a Volunteer
- Complete and submit a Volunteer Application
- Be Asked to Interview and Attend an Orientation Session
- Set a Start Date and Schedule with the Volunteer Coordinator
Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with Volunteer Question in the subject line.