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Volunteer modelmaker Win Lewis
Volunteer Rod Scott (left) works with museum staff member
Dean Percival (right) to ready the Unsworth Motor Collection
for exhibit. Thanks, Rod!

Volunteers - We Need You!

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum’s dedicated volunteers play a key role in preserving and sharing the history of Lake Champlain. Every year more than 200 volunteers, ranging in age from junior high school students to retired senior citizens, contribute over 8,500 hours of service to the museum. The annual dollar value of volunteer contributions of time, energy, expertise, and skills is estimated to be almost $120,000; the true value is incalculable!

We have always taken pride that, by the very nature of the museum, we can find a job that will best fit the time, talent, and interest of each and every volunteer.

 

Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities

We always have a need for volunteers. We have a broad range of opportunities, only a fraction of which are listed here:

Why Volunteer?

LCMM volunteers truly make a difference in the ability of the museum to successfully carry out its mission. But helping to preserve and share the history of Lake Champlain is just one of the many reasons why people volunteer at LCMM.

 

Elisa Nelson, Volunteer Coordinator
(802) 475-2022
(802) 475-2953 (fax)
elisacn@lcmm.org