Volunteer with Kaleideum
Thank you for your interest in volunteering! Kaleideum depends on community support and involvement in the form of volunteers to ensure its successful operation. We encourage talented and dedicated individuals to help the museum accomplish its mission of providing exceptional educational experiences.
Volunteers supplement, as well as complement the Kaleideum staff. They offer a positive, personal interaction with our guests and enhance the overall guest experience. By providing support, volunteers contribute to the smooth operation of the museum, which is vital in maintaining the organization’s commitment to excellence.
By sharing their time, knowledge, and creativity, volunteers make an investment in the future of not only Kaleideum, but in our community as well.
Things to know:
- Minimum age to volunteer is 15, unless otherwise indicated
- Experience working in the arts, science, and with children is helpful, but not required
- Volunteers are asked to volunteer two hours per month, but are welcome to volunteer more
What is your passion? Below are our existing volunteer opportunities, but if you are interested in volunteering in a different way, please let us know.
Outdoor Environmental and Science Park – Do you love gardening or park clean-up? Does your club need a service project? There is plenty to do in Kaleideum North’s 15-acre environmental park! Volunteers needed year-round.
Exhibit Docent – If you have a passion for science that you would love to share, this is the position for you. Volunteers engage guests and enhance exhibits by sharing information and presenting science demonstrations. Volunteers needed year-round.
Special Events – Perfect for volunteers who love to jump in to help and are available evenings and weekends. Assist staff in a variety of ways, including crafts and activities, interacting with guests of all ages, serving food, and set-up/clean-up.
Education Program Assistant – Do you love science and education? Assist Kaleideum Educators during scheduled school field trips. Duties include assisting students with program activities, assisting Educators with clean up, and any other duties as needed. Volunteers needed weekdays (Tues-Fri) 9 am – 2 pm mainly during the school year.
Scout Camp-ins – Assist staff with activities and crafts, prepare and serve food, and assist with set up and clean up. Volunteers needed on Friday evenings in the Fall and Spring.