Museum of Anthropology

Museum Volunteers

The museum depends on its enthusiastic volunteers to keep it open. Volunteers sign up for whatever level of involvement they wish.

Many volunteers choose to be at the desk and watch the museum; it is a quiet place to read or study. Others wish to participate actively in museum activities such as display preparation, collections curation, and presentation of workshops and tours. Students can also arrange to do museum work as a Special Projects (499) class.

If you would like to be involved with the museum, please consider signing up as a volunteer. This is a one-semester commitment, for a time block of one hour or more per week during the museum's open hours (9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. weekdays when classes are in session).

Photo: cattail house constructed by volunteers
Great Basin–style cattail house (wikiup) constructed in traditional fashion by museum volunteers.

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Museum of Anthropology, PO Box 644910, Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99164-4910 • 509-335-3441 • Contact Us