The Boundary Museum and Community Archives are dependent on our volunteers for the operation of our museum. Volunteering is a great way to gain experience in a non-for-profit museum and archival setting. Our volunteers range in age and expertise, and we will aim to find a role for you.
Roles at our Museum include:
Archival Assistant: Help our archivist with projects and maintenance of the archives.
Tour Guide: In the winter months we rely on our volunteers to help provide tours of the museum.
Handy Person: If you are handy with tools, there are always ongoing projects at the museum.
Board/Committee: Our Museum Board is a dedicated group of individuals who oversee the museum, please consider joining our board, must be a paid member.
Bread Program: If you have a baking knack, or are an early riser, we always need more individuals who are willing to come and learn how to light the historic bread oven.
Some volunteer jobs require a weekly commitment. Some volunteer jobs come up once a month or two. We spend the time to get to know all of our volunteer candidates and make every effort to find the volunteer job that suits you best.
Contact us if you would like to get involved.
Boundary Museum and Interpretive Centre
Boundary Community Archives
250-442-8266 ext. 60126
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