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You can help us grow as a valued community and national resource if you are:
Undergraduate and graduate student internships available, as well as work study opportunities for Baylor Medical Students and undergraduate students from the University of Saint Thomas.
Help the exhibits come alive! Staff a mobile information station where Museum guests can choose to briefly interact with a ‘real live’ person inside the exhibits. Carts include a variety of models and demonstrations featuring the circulatory system, respiratory system and general nutrition.
Introduce the public to the Museum and its programs through attendance at festivals, corporate wellness days and schools. Volunteers pass out materials and demonstrate nutrition basics by showing models of fat and muscle, plus sharing specific nutrition information on the salt, fat and sugar content of common foods.
Limited number of positions available for post-secondary students in medical research, public health, dietetics, community health, medical and nursing professions, or retired teachers, engineers, health professionals, seeking work-study, internships or volunteer opportunities supporting:
Become part of our Visitor Services team to ensure our guests have the best possible experience.
Summertime is when The Health Museum has many opportunities for teens (15 TO 18) to volunteer. It's when we get to know each other. Teens from this summer volunteer experience are then selected to be a member of our museum volunteer team year-round. See Youth Volunteer page for more information.
If you are at least 18, and have graduated from high school, you are eligible to attend a pre-placement orientation to determine your volunteer interests. Please fill out an online application. This application is for adults only.
There are several Special Events throughout the year at the Museum. Service Organizations are welcome to inquire about episodic volunteer opportunities for groups. Please email all inquires to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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