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Teaching Volunteers

Teaching volunteer with students at the Olmec head display in the Hall of Mexican peoples

Teaching Volunteers, recognizable by their red vests, are stationed in various halls to enhance your group's understanding of hall content. They staff interactive stations with artifacts, specimens, and other touchable objects related to the hall's themes, answer questions, and help groups find their destinations.

Teaching Volunteers are available to help your group explore the following exhibition halls:

No registration required. 

Find out how to become a volunteer.



Programs offered through the Museum's Gottesman Center for Science Teaching & Learning are made possible by a generous grant from The Louis Calder Foundation.

The Teaching Volunteers program is supported by the Kazis family in memory of dedicated Museum volunteer Judith Kazis.