The Mini Time Machine Museum volunteers are important people who work out front and behind-the –scenes with museum staff to provide a museum experience that is fun, educational and engaging for community members of all ages. Volunteers work an average of 4 hours per week performing a variety of duties in three areas: Education, Operations and Gallery Support.
Currently we are looking for individuals willing to work with children to become docents and work with Outreach Presenters.
Education opportunities include Docent, Kids Create Volunteer, Education Assistant, and Outreach Presenter.
Click on the highlighted links below for more information about the various education opportunities.
- Docents engage visitors in informational tours of The Mini Time Machine Museum’s collection for all visitors (early childhood, elementary through secondary schools, college classes, community clubs and organizations.) School tours are thematic and based on Arizona state curriculum standards. Docents may also facilitate public interaction with our hands-on Art Carts.
- Kids Create Volunteers work with youth and families leading hands-on miniatures crafts both at the museum and at other venues.
- Education Assistants prepare gallery guides and design educational teaching tools for use in the museum.
- Outreach Presenters provide informative presentations about miniatures to professional and service organizations at venues away from the museum including schools, libraries, community centers, and senior assisted living communities.
Operations opportunities include office assistants (computer volunteer, clerical assistant, data entry volunteer, image database volunteer, publications assistant, editor, Spanish translator, photographer) and facility assistant. For more information about operations opportunities click here.
- Office Assistants work behind the scenes to support operational functions in museum departments such as data collection, filing and mailing, database entry, editing, documentation and translation.
- Facility Assistants help with general maintenance support.
Gallery monitors provide visitor services, answer questions and monitor visitor behavior in the galleries. For more information about gallery monitors, click here.
How to apply:
Click here to download the application form. Please complete and return via fax (520) 881-9307, email or mail to The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures Attn: Lisa 4455 E. Camp Lowell Drive Tucson, AZ 85712
Questions about volunteering? Contact the Education Director, Lisa Hastreiter-Lamb, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.