Volunteering in Israel

Israel Museum

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The primary function of the Volunteer Organization of the Israel Museum is to serve the Museum. The Organization is integral to the process of utilizing the Museum's resources for the benefit of the largest possible public. Volunteer work is time-consuming and demanding, but it provides an outstanding and continuous education in all fields represented by the Museum's collections.

Volunteers are invited to apply in the following areas:

    • Guiding
    • Staffing the Information Desks
    • Assisting in the Museum Shops
    • Assisting in Departments

  • Applicants should make an appointment with the Coordinator of Volunteers for a preliminary interview and fill out a questionnaire documenting education, experience, and skills. A working knowledge of Hebrew and English is essential; any additional languages are an asset.
  • It is advisable to join the scheduled guided tours in the Museum in order to become thoroughly acquainted with the collections.
  • The time commitment required of all volunteers is substantial. In general, the Coordinator and the appropriate subcommittee of the General Executive Committee set the time requirements for every area of volunteer activity. This may be revised as the need arises. Tuesday mornings should be set aside for Museum-related activities.
  • When the required training course has been completed, volunteers sign a Museum Volunteer Agreement which states their commitments and responsibilities.
  • Upon acceptance to the program, volunteers receive Museum security identification tags.

For additional information, please see the Israel Musueam's website.


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