The Museum will host a beautiful evening celebrating many accomplishments within the Nuclear industry and the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History. Read More »
The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History has achieved accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), the highest national recognition for a museum. Read More »
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“We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give.” … Sir Winston Churchill
Volunteers help the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History to accomplish its mission each and every day. They play an integral part of the museum operations by increasing service to our guests through more programming of varied offerings with more effective results. Volunteer involvement at the museum increases our ability to reach more students, visitors and potential funders.
Our volunteers are a critical part of the overall museum operations. We depend upon their varied talents and willingness to share those talents in a multitude of ways at the museum. There are a number of opportunities to support all functions of the Museum, from administrative positions in our Collections, Development, Education, Exhibitions and Marketing/PR departments, to positions for Museum and Junior Docents and Camp Counselors.
To learn more about Volunteering at the Museum, visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
Sound Interesting? Here’s what you do to become a National Museum of Nuclear Science & History Volunteer: contact the Volunteer Coordinator at 245-2137, extension 122, or click complete the Volunteer Form online!
As a member, you can contribute to the unique experience we offer, and help educate and inspire visitors like yourself for years to come. In addition to unlimited free visits at our museum and free admission to science museums across the country, members receive special benefits ranging from discounts at our gift store, to extra guest passes, to special members only events. Join at a level you’re comfortable with, and become a member today!
The construction of the new building cost the Museum $10.5 million and although the move is virtually complete, there are still opportunities to participate in the Capital Campaign.
Your gift could:
- Receive permanent recognition on the beautiful NVision Plaza, at the front of the Museum.
- Support an exhibit that interests you.
- Place your name or your company name on the Paver Path through the amazing collection of artifacts in the 9-acre Heritage Park outside the Museum.
- Provide for the restoration of the USS James K. Polk submarine sail.
- Give a donation in any amount as a part of our on-going appeal -- and we'll put your support to good use!
For any of these opportunities, contact Charles Lowery, Director of Development, at 505-245-2137, ext. 110.