Dedicated volunteers help the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center fulfill its mission of ensuring the lessons of the Holocaust inspire action today. To learn about our current volunteer opportunities or for questions about becoming an exhibit interpreter, please email Morgan Woodring, Tour Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Become an Exhibit Interpreter
Our exhibit interpreters work with students and teachers of different grades, as well as diverse groups and individuals, to share the history and local narratives of the Holocaust. Interpreters also highlight contemporary moments in which individuals exemplified upstander behavior to tackle issues affecting us all. Through leading tours, facilitating exploration of the museum, and introducing speakers, interpreters play a vital role in supporting the Holocaust & Humanity Center’s mission.
Benefits of volunteering or serving as an interpreter include:
- The opportunity to work with others as part of a motivated and dedicated team
- Free admission to HHC’s permanent exhibit
- Free parking
- Discounts at all food and beverage locations in Union Terminal
- Invitations to select exhibit previews, special events, and lectures
- Professional development, training opportunities, and work experience
Volunteers are provided training and resources and must agree to a background check.
Student internships with the Holocaust & Humanity Center are opportunities to learn and work on a variety of unique projects. Interns come from a diversity of faiths, backgrounds, and ethnicities, as well as academic disciplines, including but not limited to: communication, arts, theology, history, education, business, English, computer science, German, and international relations.
Possible internship experiences include:
- Planning and developing exhibits
- Working with educators to develop resource and study guides
- Transcribing and coordinating survivor testimonies
- Organizing and maintaining educational library resources
- Developing and promoting Holocaust Awareness Programs
- Serving as museum tour guides
Interns can receive school credit and/or service hours while gaining valuable real-world experience, exploring their own understandings and beliefs.
We believe interns contribute their own talents and interests to the Holocaust & Humanity Center, and will be encouraged to develop those interests through the many opportunities offered. Contact us to learn more!
For more information on internships, please contact Lisa Shusterman, Director of Administration & Special Projects, at firstname.lastname@example.org.