Presidential Libraries Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteers at the Presidential Libraries serve a variety of functions.
- Museum docents provide museum tours and visitor assistance to over 1 million visitors each year.
- Volunteers also work with library holdings, including textual records, audiovisual materials, oral history transcripts, and museum artifacts, by assisting with archival and curatorial projects.
- By answering telephones and preparing general information and educational mailings, volunteers provide invaluable support to the library staff and allow the libraries to serve the public in a more timely and courteous manner.
- Library volunteers work in educational outreach programs, traveling to schools and nursing homes to present historical dramas, educational workshops and informational slide shows.
Volunteer opportunities vary from site to site. If you are interested in volunteering at a Presidential Library, please contact the facility directly.
- Herbert Hoover Library
- Franklin D. Roosevelt Library
- Harry S. Truman Library
- Dwight D. Eisenhower Library
- John F. Kennedy Library
- Lyndon B. Johnson Library
- Richard Nixon Library
- Gerald R. Ford Library
- Jimmy Carter Library
- Ronald Reagan Library
- George Bush Library
- William J. Clinton Library
- George W. Bush Library