Join a team of fellow art and history lovers dedicated to sharing Cyrus Dallin’s important legacy with a growing audience! Volunteers are crucial to our daily operations and help on a weekly, monthly, or as-needed basis. Our pressing needs include tour guides, greeters, a Treasurer, and a Social Media Coordinator. Assistance in other areas, such as fundraising and program development, is always welome. However you choose to help, you will enjoy working with diverse and talented people who make our museum a vital part of the Arlington community.
Volunteer tour guides share with visitors the Museum’s rich collection of artworks by Cyrus Dallin and his inspiring legacy as a celebrated sculptor, educator, and Indigenous rights advocate. Tours take place when the Museum is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 – 4 pm. The role requires a time commitment of at least two, two-hour shifts per month. Training will be provided. Learn more here.
Volunteer greeters help to provide a warm and welcoming environment for visitors when the Museum is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 12-4 pm. Greeters engage and orient visitors and assist with simple operating tasks. The role requires a time commitment of at least two, two-hour shifts per month. Training will be provided. Learn more here.
The Dallin Museum’s nonprofit Board of Directors is seeking a volunteer Treasurer to oversee the management and reporting of the Museum’s finances. Candidates should have knowledge of accounting practices, QuickBooks and/or Zoho, and nonprofit operations. You will be supported by an outside accountant and staff bookkeeping resources. Learn more here.
Social Media Outreach Coordinator
We are in search of a volunteer Social Media Outreach Coordinator to manage and grow our online engagement across multiple platforms. With insightful, well-written content and carefully curated imagery, you will help the Museum further its mission to raise awareness about Cyrus Dallin’s art and values and promote a more inclusive understanding of history. Learn more here.
Other ways to help
We offer a variety of volunteer opportunities for individuals with experience and/or an interest in fundraising, education, marketing, events, research, and more! To learn about the Museum’s current needs and discuss potential projects, please contact Nancy Blanton at firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-641-0747.