The new Discovery Guide Program is open to individuals age 16 and older who are seeking a unique and exciting ground-level experience in the museum/science center industry. The opportunity will provide experience in guest services, visitor engagement, program delivery, tours, and much more. There will be an initial training period followed by a commitment to start employment in late May or early June. This program will require quarterly commitments with the opportunity to opt in or out at HODC for the next 3 month period. Hours will range between 15 and 30 hours a week depending on candidate’s availability and performance.
Please email completed applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Background check and references required. No phone calls, please.
Hands On! Discovery Center is an equal opportunity employer.
There are many volunteer opportunities are available at Hands On! Discovery Center! From just a few hours to several times a week. Volunteers can be help in a variety of areas including:
A background check may be required. Adults 18+ may volunteer in any of the above areas. Limited volunteer opportunities available for ages 16-17. Please fill out the volunteer application for review.
Completed applications may be returned to email@example.com
The Center for Excellence in Paleontology accepts summer volunteers to work during the dig season with a volunteer orientation help in April of each year.
As the 2021 field season begins, there is limited availability for volunteers to join outdoor wet-screening. For now, volunteering is open only for outdoor wet-screening and only for returning volunteers who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. As the year goes on, opportunities might open up for indoor lab work and excavation. Any interested volunteers should contact Shawn Haugrud, laboratory and field manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.