Volunteer & Intern Opportunities
Interested in organizational development - interior and exterior design – education – marketing – women studies - initiating and sustaining change initiatives – management – science, technology, engineering, math – graphic design - strategic planning - business development - visual and performing arts?
Women at Work Museum Needs You!
The Museum's mission is to provide educational programs that promote leadership, economic independence, and expertise in math, science, engineering and technology, while honoring the achievements of women throughout history. Since opening, the Museum has launched six major exhibits and presented over
60 free programs open to the public. Those who support the Museum during the Foundation Campaign (2005-2010) are Prime Movers and their efforts fuel the growth and development of the Museum.
How Can you Help?
Work with the director to develop and implement strategic plans for the growth and development of the Museum, enhance the Museum’s website, and/or design & implement evaluation of Museum programs.
EXHIBITS - EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS - EVENT MANAGEMENT.
Help plan for new exhibits and develop educational programs that support the mission of the Museum as well as state and national educational initiatives. Programs include the Reach for the Stars series presented by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, a NASA partner. Assist with Reach for the Stars or develop your own guided tour for visitors. Ongoing event planning will allow you to choose an event of interest to you and to participate in its development and implementation.
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a small group of
thoughtful, committed citizens can
the world. Indeed, it is the
only thing that ever has."