Volunteers enhance the museum experience - join us!
With a variety of volunteer positions available, you can definitely find something that interests you. Along the way, you’re going to make new friends, interact with the public, and learn more about the stories of Williamson County.
The positions below give you an idea of the type of volunteer jobs we offer. Please complete a volunteer inquiry form so we can learn about your interests. Then we will contact you to complete the application process.
Please complete the form below if you would like to volunteer with us.
Museum greeters are the face of the museum – the first person our visitors meet. Greeter positions are available Wednesday through Saturday, and each shift lasts 2.5 hours. No history background needed – you just have to enjoy meeting people!
Courthouse guides give tours on Fridays and are occasionally needed for special events. Tours generally last around 45 minutes and cover the early county courthouses, the historic Dan Moody trial and courtroom, and features of the 1911 courthouse.
Assistance is needed for special events to help manage crowds, set-up or break-down the event.
Collections volunteers work with the Curator in behind-the-scenes roles including cataloging artifacts, performing inventories, and assisting with exhibit set-up and take-down. You never know what interesting things you find in those collections!
Education volunteers assist the Educator with our educational programs including traveling trunks, field trips, and special event days. They can also help the Educator in preparing for events or researching for trunks and programs.
Assist staff members with various administrative tasks such as membership processing, data entry, mailings, and more!