Come and be a part of living history! Our doors are always open to friends interested in donating their time and energy to our mission. We offer a range of volunteer opportunities accompanied by ‘hands-on’ training to make your experience enjoyable and satisfying. The Association offers many ways to get involved with our programs, exhibits and special events. Volunteer opportunities include:
- • Serving as an exhibition guide at the Museum located at the Farmer’s Market building,
200 W. New England Avenue
- • Planning and installing future museum exhibitions
- • Working on the Peacock Ball committees,
a dinner-dance fundraiser held each November
- • Office and archival support
Only have a few hours? Exhibition guides generally work one or more three-hour shifts per month. We offer a training program for all interested guides so that they will become knowledgeable and confident in their new role at the museum. In the past, the Association has collaborated with Rollins College and the University of Central Florida students majoring in history, art, anthropology and other related studies.
Contact the Executive Director or 407.647.2330 for further information about these exciting opportunities.