Become a Friend of the Museum!
The Saginaw Art Museum has wonderful, enriching volunteer opportunities available.
- Visitor Services
For a list of current volunteer opportunities, please visit www.volunteermatch.org.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, either find an opportunity through Volunteer Match, call the Museum at 989-754-2491, or complete a volunteer application and return to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Saginaw Art Museum currently seeks individuals to join the Docent Training Program. Docents provide provoking and thoughtful tours of the permanent collection and changing exhibitions to museum visitors of all ages as well as educate visitors about art, culture, and history.
Docents will attend two initial training sessions and regular training sessions for changing exhibitions. Docents will give regularly scheduled or pre-arranged tours.
Docents will develop knowledge of the history of art, create rewarding experiences for Museum visitors, meet new people and work together as part of the Museum family as well as positively impact the community and gain a sense of personal fufillment.
Historic Garden Volunteer
The Italianate formal gardens bloom from early spring through the fall with a variety of plants and flowers. Volunteer between May 1 and October 31 and help with clean-up, planting, dead-heading and weeding on scheduled Saturday mornings, at your leisure and / or through the Adopt-A-Garden program. Master Gardeners are eligible to earn hours towards certification.
Special Events Volunteer
Seeking individuals to help with evening arts and cultural events in areas of marketing, guest registration and direction, and set-up and clean-up duties. Three to five hours per event connects you with other people and offers rewarding perks such as access to cultural entertainment, culinary delights and refreshments and sense of accomplishment.
Guest Services Volunteer
The Guest Services Associate provides quality customer service to museum guests as well as maintains museum standards and security. Become an ambassador to a leading cultural organization in the Great Lakes Bay Region and provide an enriching experience for all museum visitors.