Variety of ways to volunteer
Discovery Center offers a unique opportunity to participate in and support the Museum's creative and educational exhibits and programs. Many of our volunteer opportunities are for one-time events, while others require ongoing commitments. The volunteer program has the flexibility to match its needs with your schedule, skills, and interests.
Discovery Center of Springfield has a number of volunteer opportunities. Whether you have a passion for science and creating exhibits, or you have a head for numbers, we have a position for you!
If you have not been through this training in the past year or would like a refresher, we encourage you to sign-up for one of the next two training sessions---either Wednesday, February 6th or Thursday, February 7th 4-6pm. Send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Looking for youth age 16-18 interested in interacting with people, being part of a team, helping visitors experience Discovery Center during the summer. If you are age 16-18 or know of youth this age that are excited about science, fun and learning encourage them to volunteer at Discovery Center of Springfield.
High School Juniors and Seniors-Are you thinking about a career in a science lab setting? Do you have a passion for biology/life sciences?Do you want some hands-on, real life experience that you can add to your future college application that will set you apart from the crowd?If so, consider volunteering this summer in our Cruse Charitable Trust ChromoZone Visitor Lab! To find out more about this unique opportunity, or to schedule an appointment to find out more information, please call Sara Coffman, 417-862-9910x704 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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