The Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum has many different volunteer opportunities.
If you’d like to be part of an organization that values community, and educating the public about our past and future in fun and creative ways, we’d love to have you as one of our volunteers. We need volunteers for helping staff with:
- Programs and Events
- Research Projects
- Collections Work
- Oral History Projects
- and even with Maintenance and Gardening
Phone or Email Brenda Roberts and tell her how you’d like to become involved.
- 307-733-2414 ext. 201
We’d love to have a chance to match your skills and interests with our needs.
The Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum offers a rich opportunity to serve our community as a volunteer docent for the 225 N. Cache museum. Docents learn about local history and share stories with museum visitors while they view the exhibitions. It is a fun way to share your knowledge about Jackson Hole and connect with local residents as well as visitors from around the world.
2014 Summer Docents
The Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum offers internships for high school students, and college students who have selected history, public history, museum administration, or a related field, as their major course of study. This is primarily a summer opportunity, but months and dates can be flexible. Typical learning opportunities include: accessioning collections, implementing educational programs for youth and adults, giving tours, interpreting historic sites, developing programs and exhibits, as well as creating written material for public distribution.
For further information on internships please call (307) 733-2414 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.