Volunteer & Intern

Volunteers and docents have the opportunity to gain exposure to the workings of a major regional museum through participating in all aspects of operations. Volunteers can work in a number of different departments and provide invaluable support. Our volunteers possess a passion for and appreciation of learning, a flexible attitude, and an understanding that reliability is critical.

Volunteer Application Form

Current Volunteer Sign-In

Intern

Have you ever wondered what it is like to work in a Museum? Internships at the Everhart Museum offer college, graduate students, and recent graduates opportunities to work closely with museum professionals.  This is an excellent opportunity for students to get behind-the-scenes practical experience. Projects vary, but students will leave with in-depth knowledge of the Everhart’s collection, day-to-day operations, and experience of both preparation and execution of galleries and programs, and having made a significant contribution to the ongoing development of the Everhart Museum. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Call us for further information. Internships may be available to college students for credit.

College Internship Application Form

If  you would like to submit your resume for consideration please do so via mail to the appropriate department at:

The Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art
1901 Mulberry Street
Scranton, PA 18510-2390

Clearances

Certain individuals, in order to work or volunteer with children, are required to obtain clearances which may include the following:
Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance;
Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Record Check; and
Federal Bureau of Investigation Criminal Background Check.

If you have questions regarding the clearance process, please visit www.KeepKidsSafe.pa.gov. Individuals seeking clearances can go directly to www.compass.state.pa.us/cwis to create an individual account and apply for their child abuse clearance electronically. Thank you for your continued commitment to keeping Pennsylvania’s children safe.