The Lake Jackson Historical Association offers a variety of opportunities for individuals interested in volunteering. Lifelong learners and those who love Lake Jackson history, culture, and education will feel right at home here! As a volunteer with the LJHA, you will find yourself working with researchers, educators, and visitors from around the world and your community.
To become a volunteer, simply fill out the application and background check form and then bring them into the Museum during business hours or email them to email@example.com.
Minors please fill out and return this application.
Volunteering requires various commitment levels. You can volunteer for as little as three hours a month to as often as three hours a week or more.
We have various volunteer opportunities:
Lake Jackson Historical Museum
Greeters/Gift Shop Volunteers: These volunteers are the heart of the Museum. They greet visitors, run the gift shop and assist the staff with any projects.
Special Events: Assist staff at occasional evening events and weekend programs.
Collections: Specially trained individuals who assist the Curator with accessioning Museum collections and research.
Docents: Engage students and adults on tours in the Museum's exhibit galleries, making history come to life!
Alden B. Dow Office Museum
Volunteers greet and assist visitors.
Abner Jackson Plantation Site
Greet and orient visitors with the Plantation site.
Volunteers must be at least 16 years old.
For more information on volunteering please call 979-297-1570 or email firstname.lastname@example.org