Volunteers are Vital to the Operations of Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center
From our Glass Studio narrators to our Community Ambassadors, volunteers make a difference at WheatonArts every day. If you’re interested in volunteering at an inspiring arts center that exists to serve the community by providing access to the arts and creative process, then consider becoming a WheatonArts volunteer. We have opportunities available for every interest and skill level.
Current volunteer opportunities:
- Museum greeters or docents*
- Glass Studio narrators
- Arts and Crafts instructors and demonstrators
- Studio and Program Assistants
- Special Event Assistants
- Administrative Assistants
- Special projects assistants
- WheatonArts Community Ambassadors
Are you considering volunteering at WheatonArts?
All interested volunteers are invited to meet with our Volunteer Coordinator to explore their areas of interest and expertise. After that, you’ll be matched up with the opportunity that most interests you and fits within your schedule. Staff and volunteers work together, in the public eye and behind-the-scenes, to provide fun and educational experiences involving art, history, and culture.
Volunteers are eligible for free admission and special discounts. Volunteers that complete 100 hours of service receive a special “Make Your Own” experience in our Glass Studio.
If you’re interested in learning more about our volunteer opportunities, please join us at our next WheatonArts volunteer orientation.
Want to be a Volunteer for the Festival of Fine Craft?
Click this link to register!
*Docent are highly trained volunteers that conduct daily public tours in the Museum of American Glass. Annual docent training classes are offered for those interested.