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Volunteer Program

Volunteers are an essential part of the work of the Center as the organization's purpose is to celebrate the resourcefulness of North Augustans' past and present. Work opportunities include the gift shop sales, reception and communications, technology and materials management, and education outreach. Volunteer docents will conduct tours for visitors. The knowledge and skills to lead tours requires training that is current for the exhibits.

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Requirements: A volunteer must be 18 years of age, complete an application, and be approved by the Board of Arts and Heritage Center Executive Committee. Volunteers are required to give a minimum of two hours of service per week and participate in the training for particular job duties. Volunteers will follow the standards developed by the American Association of Museum Volunteers. A volunteer

  • Understands and supports the purpose, structure, and policies of the Center
  • Makes his or her special skills or experience available to the Center
  • Conducts himself or herself in accordance with the standards of conduct and ethics of the Center
  • Completes an orientation or training as required
  • Endeavors to be flexible in accepting assignments
  • Performs assigned responsibilities willingly and courteously
  • Accepts the guidance of his or her manager or supervisor
  • Complies with the time and dress requirements of the Center
  • Obeys all security and safety rules of the Center
  • Respects the confidentiality of sensitive proprietary information
  • Provides timely notification of absence and secures a substitute
  • Serves as a goodwill ambassador for the Center in the community
  • Commits to a regular volunteer schedule
  • Commits to a minimum of one year of service to the Center
  • Keeps track of volunteer services hours and attendance at trainings
  • Maintains membership in the Center

Benefits: The Center will provide for volunteers

  • Professional training and resource materials
  • A supportive climate for personal enhancement
  • Recognition for volunteer service
  • Interesting opportunity to provide public service
In accordance with IRS Section 6104 the Arts and Heritage Center of North Augusta's forms 1023 and 990
are available for public inspection on request by contacting John Bigger at (803) 278-1805.

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