Seeking Docent Trainees for 2024!
A big part of what makes the National Museum of the Marine Corps so successful is our dedicated team of volunteers.
We are looking for recruits for our next Docent training class that will begin February 24, 2024.
Classes are each Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. There will be a break on 16 March, due to a special event at the Museum, for Easter weekend and, barring any weather challenges, the seven training sessions should be complete on 20 April.
What does a docent do?
Greet Museum guests and answer questions about the Museum and surrounding area. Conduct special tours, answer questions and oversee patrons in the Galleries, as well as, assist with the interactive exhibits.
What does it take to be a docent?
The idea candidate need not have served in the Marines or have any ties to the military. The chief requirements are an interest in Marine Corps history and plenty of energy.
Visit the Volunteer Page for more information and to fill out the volunteer application.
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Questions? Please contact Scott Gardiner at email@example.com.
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