Volunteers

Our volunteers are passionate, committed and dedicated!

 

The Attleboro Arts Museum creates an environment for all staff, interns, volunteers and trustees that is conducive to creativity, growth, ingenuity, resourcefulness, imagination and inspiration. We believe in lifelong learning, a passion for discovery, innovation – and “Arts for Everyone.”

 

Attleboro Arts Museum volunteers:

  • Want to give back to the community
  • Enjoy working with people of all ages and backgrounds
  • Meet a range of talented individuals (artists, educators, etc.)
  • Are adaptable and enjoy exciting projects
  • Want to share their enthusiasm for art and culture
  • Have fun with others who share their passion
  • Are greatly valued!

 

The Attleboro Arts Museum offers volunteer opportunities to complement your schedule!  Depending on the day of the week and the time of day, there are a variety of opportunities from which to choose. The Attleboro Arts Museum strives to recruit, develop and retain volunteers and interns from racially and culturally diverse backgrounds and persons with disabilities.  The Museum is handicap accessible.

 

Download a Volunteer Application.

 

Partial List of Opportunities:

  • Administration: Assist with daily operations.
  • Internships: Earn college or community service credit; explore career opportunities in the arts, education and museum administration.
  • Education: Teach an art class, assist instructors with children’s classes.
  • Exhibitions: Hands-on support during gallery installations (painting, hanging etc.).
  • Facilities: Paint, organize, upkeep of grounds, simple maintenance, etc.
  • Fund-raising: Outreach, networking, phone calls, ticket sales, etc.
  • Hospitality: Entertain guests at events; greet visitors at receptions.


The Attleboro Arts Museum is mandated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to do a Criminal History (CORI) check on all prospective and current volunteers age 18 years or older.  CORI is used as a screening tool in the volunteer placement process.  Volunteers are required to submit a CORI every 3 years.  For more information about the CORI law please visit https://malegislature.gov/Laws/SessionLaws/Acts/2002/Chapter385.

 

An Attleboro Arts Museum staff member will contact you after the receipt of your Volunteer Application. A brief in-person interview will be scheduled with applicants before working at the Attleboro Arts Museum.

 

You can reach us at 508.222.2644 x15 or use the form below:

Your comments or questions are welcome.

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The Attleboro Arts Museum, 86 Park Street, Attleboro, Massachusetts, 02703 | 508.222.2644

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