If you have a passion for history and an interest in museums, then consider joining our Volunteer Corps!
Sharlot Hall Museum offers a comprehensive Volunteer Program to interest community members who would like to get more involved in helping preserve and share the history of Arizona’s Central Highlands.
This program includes a thorough training and orientation, which delves into the history of the Museum, the territory and state of Arizona, as well as the many opportunities to volunteer in numerous positions behind the scenes.
As a Museum, we strive to support our volunteers as we know that they make a world of difference.
The Sharlot Hall Museum offers a variety of volunteer opportunities. New volunteers are needed most as:
- Historic Building Docents
- Food Workers (Certification Required)
- Living History Interpreters
- Tour Guides
- Research Center archive documenters
The Sharlot Hall Museum values its volunteers and offers several perks for volunteers including:
- Volunteer Potluck (May)
- Ice Cream Social (July)
- Recognition Dinner (Sept/Oct)
- Christmas Open House (December)
- Field Trip Opportunities (Monthly)
- Volunteer Book Club (Monthly)
- Volunteer Newsletter (Monthly)
Becoming a Volunteer
If you are interested in learning more or wish to apply to become a volunteer, please contact volunteer coordinator Dani Schulze at email@example.com or (928) 277-2006 (direct).
Registration is open for 2023 Volunteer Training!
The 2023 Volunteer Training program begins February 9, 2023. Share your passion for history and education as a volunteer at the Sharlot Hall Museum. Engage with the history of Arizona’s Central Highlands in our robust training program.
Contact Volunteer Coordinator Dani Schulze to register: 928-277-2006 or firstname.lastname@example.org