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Do you like meeting new people?  Love local history? Enjoy researching or sharing stories?

If so, you could become part of our amazing team of volunteers.

Volunteering at St Albans Museums is a great way to develop your skills, while supporting us to enhance the experience of our visitors.

 

Types of opportunities we offer:

Regular volunteering: schools workshop support, collection cataloguing and documentation

These require a level of regular commitment, set time slots.

Irregular volunteering: family craft activities, exhibition installation, visitor surveys

No regular commitment, set time slots.

Flexible volunteering: research, costume repair, transcribing oral history recordings

No set time slots or commitment, volunteer from home / remotely.

 

Some opportunities are recruited for regularly (family craft activities, collecting visitor surveys), but others (collections, exhibitions) are recruited for occasionally or only once.

 

Read about some past projects directly from our volunteers in the profiles below via each image.

 

Current volunteering opportunities:

Ongoing opportunities

  • Collecting visitor surveys (SAM+G, Verulamium Museum, Verulamium Park)
  • Join our Black History Research Group.

 

Join our volunteering team

You must be aged 18 or over to volunteer.

If you are interested in any of out current volunteering opportunities:

Click on the link below to apply. Keep a record of the username and password you create for your My Impact account, you will need these to log in and view / sign up for advertised roles. You will also receive our next Volunteering Newsletter.

Apply to join the volunteering team

Already a volunteer with us?

Sign in via the link below.

Forgotten your username or password or having difficulties logging in? Please email us.

Click here to access the online system using your login details

Read about how Lauren became involved with volunteering and what John has been involved in.

Find out how Michael took on some photography tasks and the wide range of projects Ann explored.

Find out what appealed to Annabelle and why Robbie got involved.

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