Volunteers are the lifeblood of all not-for-profit organizations and the Information Age Learning Center is no exception. There are two volunteer categories: Docents and Museum Volunteers.
It is important for all our volunteers to be well-informed advocates and supporters of the Museum, as such we expect volunteers and docents to become a member of the Information Age Learning Center.
If you have questions about a specific volunteer opportunity, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator: 732-280-3200 or via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Become A Museum Volunteer
Listed below are some of the diverse ways that you can assist as a Museum Volunteer.
Visitor Services Desk
Enjoy working with people? Have an hour or more per week to volunteer? Become a Visitor Services volunteer on the Main Post. Responsibilities include greeting visitors, collecting admission fees/donations, and providing general information about the Museum, exhibitions, and membership. Minimal training required. Visitor Services volunteers serve one day per week, year-round, weekdays, evenings, or weekends.
Assist with answering telephone calls, contact members about events, assemble mailings, and work with staff to prepare for events and special projects. Prior office experience preferred.
Exhibition Opening Hospitality Host
Work with Museum staff to setup and assist with opening receptions, which includes serving beverages and greeting guests.
Special Events Outreach
As a Special Events Outreach volunteer, you will be asked to place posters and the Museum’s program guide around town to inform the community about the exhibitions and upcoming Museum programs and events.