The Museum has numerous flexible volunteer possibilities for individuals age 14 and over:
- Docent: Learn and play alongside visitors
- Activities Faciliator: Run hands-on activities for programs, such as weekend ScienceFest Events, Members’ Nights, and school break activities.
- Activity Facilitator Lead: Train Activity Facilitators on event procedures, and work alongside Activity Facilitators to lead activities, answer questions, and maintain the activity space.
- Have an idea you don't see here? Contact the Volunteer Manager using our Contact Us Form.
Teen Science Café
Teen Science Cafe Leadership Role: AAHOM’s Teen Science Café gives students in Grades 9-12 an opportunity to interact and engage in conversation with professionals from STEAM fields. Cafés are designed by our Youth Leadership Team to promote creativity, exploration and learning in a highly social setting. Every month, students will come together at the Museum to talk about hot topics in science and participate in related activities.
To learn more about the program, visit the Teen Science Café Network Website.
Leslie Science & Nature Center Summer Camp Volunteers
Spend some of your summer in the great outdoors when you volunteer at LSNC's Summer Camp! Join other teens, ages 13-17, from throughout the Ann Arbor area as you develop new leadership skills, gain valuable work experience, and learn about Michigan's natural history and ecology.
That's not all—camp volunteers also get to hike the trails, participate in field trips, and play camp favorites like Wolf Pack, Camouflage, and Scatterball!
For more information, and to apply for this opportunity, visit LSNC's website!
We want your group to volunteer at the Museum! Community service clubs, Scout troops, employee groups, or any other group can choose to come in for a day or on a recurring basis. Project possibilities are endless and tailored to best fit your group, whether that is hands-on activities, behind-the-scenes work, running an event, or a project of your own design.
Completed a volunteer orientation and still haven't received log in credentials? Contact the Volunteer Manager using our Contact Us Form.