Volunteer Opportunities during the Anne Frank Project

From March 18 through April 21, the Arts Council will present two exhibits for FREE seven days a week:

  • Anne Frank: A History for Today
  • Art and Propaganda in Nazi-Occupied Holland

Volunteers are needed on weekends and weekdays, mornings and afternoons. The success of these exhibits depends on you helping to fill essential roles. Read the positions and descriptions below to decide where your passion lies! Then fill out the application and our volunteer coordinator, Elizabeth DePalma will contact you.

GREETERS

Greeters help direct visitors to the exhibit. Greeters are the persons who welcome the visitors to the exhibit and answer any questions regarding where the visitors need to be. They also support and assist the Docents. Click here for more details about the position.

BOOKSTORE VOLUNTEERS

Bookstore volunteers help maintain and keep the bookstore running smoothly. Click here for more details about the position.

BOOKSTORE MANAGERS

Bookstore Managers maintain constancy and order through bookstore management. Managers will be responsible for maintaining a schedule of bookstore volunteers, inventory, cash drawer procedures and briefing other bookstore staff on the practices of the store. Click here for more details about the position.

DOCENT (for the Lower Level exhibit)

Docents on the Lower Level lead visitors through the "Art & Propaganda in Nazi-Occupied Holland" Exhibit. Docents are to be the facilitators of the exhibit, knowledgeable of the exhibit content and able to answer general content questions. These volunteers must attend Docent Training. Docents do not need to be World War II scholars; they just need to be eager to learn and willing to share knowledge. Click here for more details about the position.

DOCENT (for the Main Level exhibit)

Docents on the Main Level will lead visitors through the "Anne Frank: A History for Today" Exhibit in the Grand Hall. Docents are to be the facilitators of the exhibit and knowledgeable of the exhibit content. These volunteers must attend Docent Training. Docents do not need to be World War II scholars; they just need to be eager to learn and willing to share knowledge. Click here for more details about the position.

To get started, click here to complete your volunteer application.

For more information, contact Elizabeth DePalma, Volunteer Coordinator, (910) 323-1776 ext 233.




 
 
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