Volunteer Training Starts Feb. 11

Become immersed in history… dive into local history by becoming a volunteer at Sharlot Hall Museum. Orientation begins Thursday, February 11. It’s free, and it provides a perfect entry point for becoming a docent, tour guide, archival assistant or Living History interpreter at the Museum.

The first session provides a broad overview of the Museum, its mission and structure, an introduction to the many exhibits, collections and programs offered, and a first-hand look behind the veil at opportunities to make-a-difference at this historic Museum and heritage site.

Learning sessions convene in the new Fred W. Veil Education Center, with refreshments and socializing at 8 a.m., and with class sessions from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Preregistration is required, as many sessions are limited in size (particularly those behind-the-scenes excursions into the catacombs of collections or annals of archives). Contact Dani Schulze, volunteer coordinator, at 928-445-3122, extension 3.

Click here to check out the schedule of session topics, and register today by calling Dani or sending her an email: dani.schulze@sharlothallmuseum.org

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