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Volunteer Positions [Waterworks Museum]

Posted by Amanda Gustin on November 9, 1971 in volunteer opportunities |

The Waterworks Museum, which showcases the engineering, public health, and architectural history involved in the Chestnut Hill Reservoir and pumping station, seeks volunteers for a variety of positions.

Volunteers are crucial to the success of the Waterworks Museum. Through the efforts of our extraordinary volunteers, the museum is able to provide many quality programs and events throughout the year.

How Can You Help?

The volunteers of Waterworks Museum give their time and talents to support the following activities:

  • Tour Facilitators
  • Welcome Desk Greeters

And numerous other important activities that keep the Waterworks Museum moving forward!

Benefits of Volunteering at the Waterworks Museum

As a regular volunteer, you’ll enjoy:

  • invitations to special programs and lectures
  • museum parking pass

To learn more about volunteering at the Waterworks Museum, please visit their website. If you’re interested in volunteering, please contact Lauren Kaufmann at lauren.kaufmann[at]waterworksmuseum[dot]org or call 617-277-0065.

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