Have fun and help others, be part of Toronto’s most unique museum, and get your Community Service Hours! Student volunteers help staff and other volunteers make the museum fun and interactive for kids of all ages.  Volunteers greet kids and parents and lead arts & craft activities.

1. Halloween Family Program
Description: Lead arts and craft activities for children

2. Christmas Family Program
Description: Lead arts and craft activities for children

3. Family Day Fun Program
Description: Lead arts and craft activities for children

4. March Break Family Program
Description: Lead arts and craft activities for children
Minimum Commitment: Youth Volunteers are asked to commit to a minimum of four full days over March Break

Skills and Requirements:
-age 14-17
-enjoy arts & crafts and working with people
-like working in a busy environment
-have experience with children (i.e. babysitting, camp leader, etc.)
-punctual and reliable
-courteous and respectful
-have lots of energy and enthusiasm!

Why Volunteer? Meet new people, gain skills and experience, help the community, and get your community service hours!

To apply for this position, download the Youth Volunteer Application Package found here.