Thank you for your interest in volunteering at the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum! Our volunteers are invaluable members of our team. The creativity and energy of our volunteers help make the museum an inspiring place for kids and grown-ups alike.
Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Jennifer Piperno, with any questions, to discuss volunteer opportunities or to schedule your orientation. Find Jennifer at 307.733.3996 or [email protected].
We offer adult volunteers a chance to interact with children in a high-energy and creative atmosphere. Share your artistic talents, passion for science, or just let out your goofy side as you play alongside visitors.
We strive to meet high educational standards, and offer opportunities for volunteers to participate in the delivery or planning of hands-on classes. Other opportunities include working with exhibits, administration, evaluation, membership, and marketing.
We ask that you please complete an Adult Volunteer Application and schedule an orientation/interview with our Volunteer Coordinator before you begin volunteering.
We believe that young adults have something special to offer young children. Children everywhere look up to you, and at Jackson Hole Children's Museum you have the opportunity to model positive play and excitement about learning.
We offer our teen volunteers references and record their service hours. Our goal is to find ways for teen volunteers to express their creativity in a way that makes a lasting impact on the Museum.
We ask that you please complete Teen Volunteer Application and schedule an orientation/interview with our Volunteer Coordinator before you begin volunteering.
Volunteers 13 and under
As a children’s museum, we welcome young helpers who wish to volunteer their time. We do ask that a parent or guardian complete a Youth Volunteer Application for their child and accompany volunteers under 13 for their initial orientation and interview to make sure our space is a good fit for the interested child. For children under 10, we ask that a parent or guardian accompany the child each time they volunteer.