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Arts and Culture

Arts and Culture

California Auto Museum

Description: Chronicles the development and impact of the automobile with over

150 classic vehicles on display including race cars, muscle cars, hot rods, luxury cars and early models.

Volunteer Opportunities: Maintain newsletter/social networking sites, clean and detail vehicles, gift shop assistance, and help with special events.

Minimum Age: No minimum age with parent; age 16 + without supervision

Contact: Karen McClaflin

Email: director@calautomuseum.org

Phone: (916) 4426802

Address: 2200 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95818

Website: www.calautomuseum.org

Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/CalAutoMuseum

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ca_Auto_Museum

Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/calautomobilemuseum

Prerequisites: None

California State Capitol Museum   

Description: Living museum of historical items, exhibits and tours offering information on California’s political past.

Volunteer Opportunities: Lead tours, help in museum’s gift shop or work on special events

Min. Age: 18

Contact: Rachel Martinez

Phone: 916-324-0319

Address: 10th and L Streets, State Capitol, Room B-27, Sacramento CA 95814

Website: http://capitolmuseum.ca.gov/

Prerequisites: Online Application

Discovery Museum Science & Space Center

Description: A familyfocused educational institution dedicated to enriching the lives of local residents and visitors to the Sacramento region by encouraging the exploration of history, nature and space.

Volunteer Opportunities: Children’s weekend activities, museum store assistant, special events, administrative support.

Min Age: 16

Contact: Kathleen Galster, Volunteer Coordinator

Email: volunteers@thediscovery.org

Phone: (916) 8083942

Address: 3615 Auburn Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95821

Social Media: Facebook: Discovery Museum and Space Center   Twitter: @discoverysac  

Website: www.thediscovery.org

Prerequistes: N/A

Fairytale Town

Description: Fairytale Town is a nonprofit 2.5 acre outdoor children’s literacy museum, whose mission is to promote the imagination, education and creativity of children.

Volunteer Opportunities: Fairytale Town is looking for mature, dedicated, hard-working volunteers that would like to give back to their community. Potential volunteers should have a clear goal in mind, and strive to achieve that goal whenever they give service. We strive to develop strong relationships with our volunteers, to keep them coming back year after year and to renew their commitment to the community and Fairytale Town. Please visit www.fairytaletown.org for details.

Minimum Age: 13

Contact: Sharlene Lal-Hernandez, Education & Program Manager

Email: volunteers@fairytaletown.org

Address: 3901 Land Park Drive Sacramento, CA 95822

Website: www.fairytaletown.org

Prerequisite: Mandatory volunteer orientation offered quarterly

KVIE Public Television

Description: A nonprofit television station dedicated to providing quality educational programs to Northern California and the Central Valley.

Volunteer Opportunities: On‐air phone banks: groups come in during seasonal membership drives to answer phone calls and collect donations. Training is provided. Groups are 8-12 people.

Min Age: 16. Youth groups require at least one adult to attend with the group.

Contact Person:  Tessa St. John

Email: volunteer@kvie.org

Phone: (916) 6413593

Address: 2030 W. El Camino Ave Sacramento CA 95833

Social Media: Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/KVIEVolunteers

Website: www.kvie.org

Prerequisites: Must have basic computer skills (e.g., the ability to operate a mouse, a keyboard, and navigate a webpage)

Sacramento History Museum

Description: Sacramento History Museum’s mission is to explore, interpret and display the region’s history from the days before the Gold Rush to the present.

Volunteer Opportunities: Volunteers serve in all capacities including administrative work, assisting in museum store, special events set up/tear down, or student docent. Student docents can be gallery guides and lead museum patrons around the museum and answer questions they may have about the museum collections.

Minimum Age: 14

Contact Information: Janessa West, Public Program Manager

Email: jwest@cityofsacramento.org

Phone: (916) 8084980

Address: 101 I Street Sacramento, CA 95814

Website: www.historicoldsac.org

Prerequisites: Application (found on our website); Docent positions will require attending training

Old Sacramento Living History Program

Description: Living History volunteers are passionate about history and create reenactments, giving tours, and participate in events.

Volunteer Opportunities: Historical re-enactments, costume workshops, living history days, and special tours. Events take place throughout the year. Monthly meeting on the second Saturday of the month at 10am.

Minimum Age: 14

Contact Information: Janessa West, Public Program Manager

Email: jwest@cityofsacramento.org

Phone: (916) 8084980

Address: 101 I Street Sacramento, CA 95814

Website: www.historicoldsac.org  or  www.oslhp.net  

Prerequisites: Online application

Old Sacramento Underground Tour

Description: The Underground Tour is an hour-long guided tour of the original level of the city.

Volunteer Opportunities: We pair every tour guide with a volunteer to accompany them on tours of the Underground spaces. Volunteers assist the tour guide and guests with microphone equipment and help keep the tour groups together while on the tour.

Minimum age: 14

Contact information: Kathryn McAlpin, Underground Tour Manager

Email: kmcalpin@cityofsacramento.org

Phone (916) 808-7973

Address: 101 I Street Sacramento, CA 95814

Website: www.historicoldsac.org  or www.oslhp.net

Prerequisites: Online application