Department: Education and Exhibits
REPORTS TO: Museum Programs & Training Manager
FLSA STATUS: Volunteer
The National Constitution Center is the first and only nonprofit, nonpartisan institution devoted to the most powerful vision of freedom ever expressed: the U.S. Constitution. The Center illuminates constitutional ideals and inspires active citizenship through a state-of-the-art museum experience, including hundreds of interactive exhibits, films and rare artifacts; must-see feature exhibitions; the internationally acclaimed, 360-degree theatrical production Freedom Rising; and the iconic Signers' Hall, where visitors can sign the Constitution alongside 42 life-size, bronze statues of the Founding Fathers. As America's forum for constitutional dialogue, the Center engages diverse, distinguished leaders of government, public policy, journalism and scholarship in timely public discussions and debates. The Center also houses the Annenberg Center for Education and Outreach, the national hub for constitutional education, which offers cutting-edge civic learning resources both onsite and online.
Exhibit educator volunteers work in the museum’s exhibit areas teaching visitors about constitutional history and about the Center.
Volunteers typically assist with:
Volunteer opportunities are available seven days a week during regular museum hours. Volunteers may also have the opportunity to assist with evening programs and special events.
If you are interested in volunteering, you may choose any of the following options:
Placement in the volunteer program is by interview only. Once your application is received, we will call you if we would like to arrange an interview.