Volunteer Opportunity - Greeter/Sales Associate for local museum Teen Medalllion

Volunteer Opportunity Details:

Last updated on April 19, 2016

As a greeter at the Ethan Allen Homestead Museum you have an important role, as you are the first face guests see when visiting. Your responsibilities include welcome incoming visitors to the museum and providing them tickets for the guided tour. You also act as a sales associate in the museum gift shop. Greeters will have the opportunity to train to be tour guides if desired.

We will train you on your first day. Enthusiasm and appreciation for history, friendliness, and a willingness to lend a hand with other needed projects while Greeting are a plus.

This opportunity is sponsored by: Ethan Allen Homestead Museum

We need volunteers who are free at these times
Flexible Based On Volunteer's Schedule  Weekdays
Last Minute/Emergency  Weekends
Monthly  Weekly
Occasional  Weekly
This volunteer opportunity is available to the following types of volunteers
Adults up to age 54 (25-54)  Individual
Older Adults (55+)  Large Group (6 Or More)
Adolescents (13-17)  Small Group (2-5)
Community Service (School)  Young Adults (18-25)
Volunteers will work with the following groups
Adolescents (13-17)  Military
Adults (26-54)  Minorities
Children (5-12)  Older Adults (55+)
Disabled / Ill  People With Physical Disabilities
Families / Parents  Students
Infants / Preschoolers (0-4)  Women
Low-income / Poverty  Young Adults (18-25)
This volunteer opportunity addresses the following social interests
Arts & Culture  Civic & Community
Nonprofit Board Development  Education & Technology
Parks & Environment  Gardening
Children & Youth  Museums & Cultural Heritage
We are looking for volunteers with the following skills
Arts & Crafts  Sales / Marketing
Office Work (Data Entry)

I'm interested in this opportunity

Contact Person:
Jillian Casey, Volunteer Coordinator, (phone), (email)
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 1 Ethan Allen Homestead
Burlington, VT 05408
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 From I-89, take exit 14W. Stay on Route 2 (also called Main Street) to the end. Turn right onto Battery Street, then right onto Pearl Street. Take a quick left onto North Champlain Street. (There is an Acme Glass store on the corner as well as a blinking light.) Take North Champlain Street to the end and, turning left, follow signs for Route 127N. Once on Route 127N, take the first exit (North Ave. Beaches). As the exit ramp curves sharply to the left, our driveway is on the right hand side. Follow the driveway to end and enter the visitor center. [Driving time from Interstate to Homestead approx. 15 minutes]

Web Site: http://www.ethanallenhomestead.org

Miscellaneous Information

Number of volunteers needed:
Minimum number of hours required (specify per day, week, month, project)
3 hours per week
The minimum age for a volunteer is
The minimum age for youth or youth group volunteers with an adult?
Is this volunteer site accessible for those with physical disabilities?
Is this opportunity appropriate for court-ordered service?
What screening procedures are required?
Application, Interview (phone or in-person)
Last updated on April 19, 2016

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