So, who are family volunteers? The Family Learning Team here in the museum established the following definition:
“Family volunteers are members of the same family working together on the same volunteer job. They function as a volunteer unit, not separated, but work to complete the assigned volunteer work as one. A family volunteer can be a mom and dad and a child or children, a grandparent and a grandchild, a mom and a child, a dad and a child, an adult sibling and a brother or sister. Families or extended families do not have to necessarily have a blood relationship or live in the same house all of the time. They may have a long term, on-going relationship which qualifies them as “family.”
Steps toward becoming family volunteers
Step 2 If you would like, you can paste your resume on the application in the General Information box.
Step 3 Remember the date selected for an interview for your entire family. Mark your calendar.
Step 4 You will receive a reminder e-mail or phone call for your interview from Volunteer Services staff.