Become a tour guide
We have plenty of opportunities for you to have fun volunteering at the Museum, whatever your skills may be! We can train you to be a tour guide, for instance. You will learn to become skillful at relating the many stories we share with visitors while guiding them through the exhibits.
Volunteer from home
You can also volunteer from home, even should you live in another part of the world. For example, if you are a student looking for opportunities for service hours, we could use your talents with web development, creating slideshows or videos, recording audio lectures, or helping us with social networking.
Offer your professional skills
If you have specialized skills in business or community development, team management, marketing, fundraising, or are a writer or media professional, we could benefit from your insight and assistance. We strive to bring our work to a professional level in all we do, including networking with other museums and service organizations and offering the Museum’s resources as an instructional resource to local colleges. We would welcome your services!
Help us develop our exhibits
We invite you to join our research and exhibit design team. We create our tour narratives by researching primary sources as much as possible, then we bring out the interplay between the experiences of spiritually-based social justice movements and the history of the world and local region.
Help us work with college, high school & middle school students
The Museum receives and welcomes students and student group visitors regularly. Educational institutions value the objective nature of our exhibits, with their reliance on primary historical sources, which, combined with the fact that we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. This has made us a trusted source, a role that we strive diligently to expand. Your assistance in working with our visiting students would be most deeply appreciated!
Volunteer as an artist
If you are an artist who would like to create and donate artwork, we’d be happy to explore the possibility with you. We would be especially interested in art that complements an exhibit theme. Please send us pictures of some of your previous work to The Unity Museum Director Zabine Van Ness at firstname.lastname@example.org.