Do you love history and Park City? Are you interested in furthering your involvement in the community?
The Park City Museum offers a wide range of volunteer opportunities for you to help preserve, protect, and promote the rich history and heritage of Park City. The Park City Museum has an amazing volunteer base, and these volunteers provide valuable, and much needed, service to the Museum. We couldn’t do all that we do without them!
Volunteer work at the Park City Museum builds on your specific interests and skills. View the opportunities listed below for a more detailed look at what we do. Please email email@example.com with further questions.
Museum Tour Docent
Share your knowledge and enthusiasm for Park City’s history with visitors! Guide visitors through the Museum’s exhibits, either in informal gatherings or large group tours.
School Tour Docent
Bring history to life for school aged visitors! Facilitate group tours for young learners during formal educational programming.
Walking Tour Docent
Lead Park City visitors on a colorful tour of Main Street. Paint a picture of the people and businesses along Main Street and provide general overview of the historic architecture.
Description: Spend time in the Museum galleries, answer visitor questions and help them explore our town’s rich heritage!
Get up close and personal with our vast collection. Help organize, catalog, and research objects that tell stories from Park City’s past.
Use our Research Library and the computer to investigate historic events, facts, and people. Organize them for future exhibits, home tours, lectures, and programs, or write “The Way We Were,” a weekly column in the Park Record newspaper.
General Office Help
Help us keep track of our members and send out newsletters and membership mailings.