As our organization grows so does our need for volunteers, no matter what amount of time you can give, we appreciate any service. Sign up and help preserve our county’s rich history.
Below is a listing of volunteer opportunities available at the History Museum and at Pioneer Village.
Docent (Tour Guide): Lead guided tours of Pioneer Village. The docent will assist groups of 5-20 people and share information about the historic buildings in the village. Each tour lasts 1- 2 hours. Training will be provided. May assist with tour groups as needed.
Living History Demonstrators and Building Docents: Assist in the education of future generations. Attendants give a short presentation of an assigned area of the Pioneer Village and supervise children in a period appropriate activity.
Special Events & Outreach: Help us engage with our Central Florida community through on-site and off-site outreach events. This position also offers involvement in our Pioneer Day, Dine with the Departed, Antiques & Appraisal Fair, Living History Days, and other special events.
Grounds Maintenance: Help maintain the gardens, footpaths, and trees around the Pioneer Village.
Archival Assistant: Assist the curator in the Osceola History archives cataloging artifacts, transcribing audio files, research, and other detail oriented tasks. (Open to adult volunteers only.)
Education Room Aid: Engage and guide children in hands-on activities and oversee use of toys, books and props. Keep space clean, disinfected, and welcoming. (Open to teens for community service hours.)
Community Service Hours for Students. Students who are interested in history and want to earn community service hours may be eligible to train as a tour guide, an education room aid, event assistant, and grounds maintenance.
For more information about volunteering, call 407-396-8644, ext. 3 or complete the form below and our volunteer coordinator will contact you. If you are a student, please note that in your request.