Whether you are interested in history, giving back to your community, or gaining work experience, you can make a difference!
The museum needs docents, museum teachers, administrative, and community service volunteers. Anyone age 14 and up can apply, and no experience is necessary.
After filling out an application, we will call you to schedule an interview. Upon completing Volunteer Orientation, you can begin volunteering at special events and assisting with a variety of projects.
Share the history of the Workman and Temple families and greater Los Angeles as you guide visitors on tours of the Workman House and La Casa Nueva. Docents receive additional training on the history of the region and families, the museum's collection, and teaching techniques.
In addition to conducting tours of the museum's historic houses, museum teachers are specially trained to lead a variety of youth and school programs.
Assist with special events and outreach programs, work in the Museum Store, provide clerical assistance, help prepare program materials, and assist with publicity efforts.
Community Service Volunteers
For those looking for a short-term volunteer opportunity or service hours, the Homestead may be the perfect fit for you. The primary role of a community service volunteer is to assist with the Homestead's two weekend festivals, with a guarantee of 10 volunteer hours per weekend festival.
For more information, call (626) 968-8492, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or drop by the museum.