Volunteering or interning can be a great way to involve yourself in the community, learn something new, meet other people with similar interests, or determine if a career in the museum field is right for you.
Volunteers help make things happen and there are plenty of tasks for every interest and schedule. Review our Volunteer Opportunities section below, and then contact our Education Department at (510) 581-0223 or email@example.com.
Internships with the Hayward Area Historical Society are available in the disciplines of: Collections, Development and Education. We accept undergraduate and graduate students in the following fields: art, art history, anthropology, business, history, liberal studies, library science, historic preservation, ethnic studies, museum studies or public history. There are a variety of projects and placements available, and we are flexible with schedules.
Please send your resume and a letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be contacted by a staff member.
- Tour Docent
- McConaghy House Docent
- Native Plant Garden Caretaker
Minimum age: 14 years