Volunteer Opportunities

We offer our volunteers a unique opportunity to utilize their skills, interests, and enthusiasms.

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Volunteers are Vital!

We match assignments with the volunteer’s available time and interests. Many of our volunteers are professionals in their own fields, others are anxious to explore new fields and learn new skills. Volunteers also enjoy the opportunity to make new friends who share their interests.


Docents Museum docents guide tours of the Fényes Mansion, History Center Galleries, Finnish Folk Art Museum, and grounds. Their extensive knowledge adds depth and breadth to visitors’ experience of the museum. With their in-depth training, docents learn to personalize their tours for a wide range of visitors. Docent positions are recommended for volunteers with a strong interest in history and the ability to make a regular time commitment to educating the public.


Education Program Volunteers PMH offers a variety of programs for schools and families. Adult volunteers are needed to give student tours, assist Junior Docents while they provide tours for younger children, and coordinate a variety of craft activities at weekend and summer family programs.

Gallery Hosts These are the smiling faces in the History Center Galleries. They welcome visitors and help them understand the layout and content of our exhibitions. Gallery Hosts receive training on each show, and often answer questions for visitors.

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A group of children are standing in a victorian room.
A group of people standing in front of a fountain.

Information & Volunteer Registration

For further information, please call 626.577.1660, email info@pasadenahistory.org, or fill out the form. Thank you for your interest!