The Hall of Human Life volunteer will interpret through demonstrations at the Exploration Hub and around the exhibition topics that cover Hall of Human Life themes about how humans have changed and are changing in a fluctuating environment. Volunteers will learn a wide variety of different demonstrations of anatomy, physiology, animal models and genetics, to illustrate the human variability and all the ways that environments impact that variability. Volunteers who are eager to learn about human biology and health will acquire the necessary knowledge to be able to stimulate the curiosity of visitors of any age or background.
A minimum commitment of six months, one 3.5 hour shift per week. Volunteer positions are available seven days a week. Shift choices: morning shift 9:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. or afternoon shift 12:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Volunteers will spend their first eight to ten shifts learning 3-4 demonstrations, which include equipment and content.
Attendance at the New Volunteer Orientation session is required.
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