Greeters: Greeters explain Museums’ exhibits, programs and services. Greeters also orient groups that visit.
School Programs: Lead programs for school groups that visit the Museums. Programs are tied-in with school curricula and standards.
Public Programs: Assist with weekend events, exhibit openings, and other programs offered by the Museums. Guide children through craft and game activities or provide hospitality services at events.
Resource Center: Answer visitors’ questions about the Civil War Museum’s Resource Center. Direct patrons to various reference materials.
Dino Digs: Help kids become junior paleontologists as they search for fossils. Dino Digs occur at the Dinosaur Discovery Museum from 1pm to 4pm on Saturdays when volunteers are available.
Field Station: Welcome visitors to the hands-on discovery room and assist with a variety of activities such as exploring art, anthropology, meteorology, ornithology, and more.
Museum à la Cart: Share Museum specimens and artifacts with visitors and give them a better understanding of Museum exhibits.
Trading Post: Talk to visitors about goods traded in the 1700s and 1800s and dress in period clothing.
Mascot: Dress as a mammoth, an eagle, or a T-rex at special events.
Public Relations: Assemble press kits, assist with special events, assemble mass mailings.