Volunteer

The Anne Frank in the World exhibit offers members of the community an opportunity for meaningful volunteer service. All volunteer service is documented and acknowledged by the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust.

We currently have many volunteer opportunities available. If you are interested, please complete the online volunteer application.

Submit a Volunteer Application.


Volunteer Opportunities


General Information for Volunteers:

  • No previous experience is required
  • All positions must attend mandatory training
  • Training is provided by Commission staff
  • Applicants will be contacted via email or phone
  • Applicants will be interviewed by Commission staff
  • Shifts are a minimum of 2 hours on a regular weekly or monthly basis

Docents:

  • Docents conduct tours for both school groups (5th grade and up) and adults
  • School groups are accompanied by teachers and chaperones
  • Docents must attend mandatory training
  • Training is provided by Commission staff
  • Educational resources are provided

Greeters:

  • Welcome visitors
  • Provide information about the exhibit
  • Provide all visitors with an Exhibit Guide
  • Introduction to and starting the video
  • Maintain rolled scrolls
  • Review and maintain Visitor Comment Book

Administrative Support:

  • Contact community organizations
  • Make reminder calls to groups with reservations
  • General office work, including filing, preparing mailings, making of materials
  • Computer entry

Other Opportunities

  • Assist staff with special events
  • Assist staff with teacher workshops
  • Assist staff with Annual State Observance at the Capitol