“Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart.” – Elizabeth Andrew
Please join us for our 2018 Volunteer Training Sessions:
Tuesday, July 24 5:30 PM
Tuesday, August 28 at 5:30 PM
Tuesday, October 23 at 5:30 PM
Tuesday, November 27 at 5:30 PM
Learn about the museum's collections, meet our curators, and find out what being a volunteer is all about!
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The Journey Museum and Learning Center needs you! For us to better serve our community and guests, we can’t do it alone. Volunteers enrich our operation and our guest experiences. In return, we promise to enrich your time working with us at your local natural history museum.
Volunteer Opportunities at the natural history museum include: Tour Guides, Painters, Gardeners, Education Support, Store Support, Event Support, Bartenders, and Visitor Service.
The Journey Museum & Learning Center partners with the South Dakota Helpline Center to help connect volunteers to nonprofits like us. Check out our Volunteer Handbook to learn more about volunteering at The Journey Museum & Learning Center.
Volunteering is a wonderful way to meet new friends, help others and make a difference at the natural history museum in your community. Getting involved in your community is a great way to give back and by being a volunteer you give back in a tangible and concrete way.
Through your volunteer position at the natural history museum, you will be able to relive the magic and wonder of The Journey Museum & Learning Center over and over again. You will be able to attend all of the events and grow in knowledge of the community and Black Hills area. What better way to enjoy The Journey Museum & Learning Center than by teaching others about it through your volunteer position?
Sign up by simply calling 211 or click here and we will point you in the right direction, or give us a call at (605) 394-6923.
The Journey Museum & Learning Center regularly adds new events, exhibits, and features to the expansive museum, covering American history, Black Hills history, and Native American culture.
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