It takes many hands to make the Holocaust Center a success, which is why we are always looking for volunteers to help with many different things, including:
- Ambassador Docents are needed to sit at our main desk during public hours, greet and check in visitors, and give them an overview of the exhibitions
- Facilitators are needed to help out with the Butterfly Project, where we go around to libraries around the county to educate about the Holocaust and paint butterflies to commemorate children lost (learn more about the Butterfly Project).
- Speakers Bureau Volunteers are family members of survivors, who want to tell their family’s story and continue to share their family legacy with schools and other groups.
- Event Volunteers are also needed to help staff our events – either at the Holocaust Center or another local venue – to greet and check people in, assist with set up and/ or take down, and direct guests to where they need to be.
- We always need volunteers to visit with or drive survivors! Driving survivors to Holocaust Center-related events or speaking engagements is one of our major needs. This position will also allow you to spend some quality time with the survivors, and form a personal connection with these special individuals.
- Library and Archives Volunteers are needed for shelving and organizing our library – a perfect job for someone looking to gain a little more experience in this field!
In addition to a passion for our mission and subject matter, volunteers must have reliable transportation, and must be over 18 or have parental permission.
To start volunteering with us, please fill out the form below:
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