Attention nature lovers! The Delaware Museum of Natural History seeks dedicated volunteers to support various educational, administrative, and scientific efforts. The Museum’s mission is to excite and inform people about the natural world through exploration and discovery. As a volunteer, you can contribute your time, skills, energy, and enthusiasm on a weekly basis or for a one-day event.
To become a volunteer, you need only bring your interest in nature – we will provide you with the training necessary for a successful volunteer experience. Most volunteer positions have a minimum age requirement of 16. Benefits include free admission to the Museum for you and your immediate family, discounts in the Museum Store, and discounts on classes.
Help keep the collections accessible to researchers by volunteering! The Museum seeks detail-oriented volunteers with an interest in natural history to work behind the scenes in caring for these unique resources. No special knowledge is required and all training is provided. LEARN MORE.
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For more information about becoming a volunteer, please call Terri Reed, Director of Human Resources and Visitor Services, at 302-658-9111, ext. 324 or email@example.com.