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The East Riding of Yorkshire Museums Service manages five museum and gallery sites around the county.
What does the Museums Service do?
The East Riding of Yorkshire Museums Service manages five museum and gallery sites around the county. These are:
What types of volunteering roles are available within the Museums Service?
Most of the museum sites have volunteering opportunities, at various times. There are currently no volunteering opportunities at:
Although the volunteer roles vary from one museum to another the types of opportunities generally include:
What are the basic requirements to volunteer for the Museums Service?
To volunteer with the Museums Service you primarily need to have a keen interest in heritage and culture. No previous experience is necessary but we do ask that if you undertake a particular task you must be prepared to see it through to completion.
What is the timescale for volunteering with the Museums Service?
There is no set timescale for volunteering with the Museums Service, and no requirement for commitment to particular times, unless you are participating in a room stewarding rota. However, researching an exhibition has its own timescale, to which you need to be able to make a commitment if this is your area of interest.
Is training available?
Training is available if required, and training courses in selected areas of museum management are occasionally provided.
Are there any current opportunities available to volunteer with the Museums Service?
For information on volunteering, and to find out about any current opportunities, please contact the museum you are interested in on the find a museum page on the East Riding Museums website.
Please note: currently there are no volunteering opportunities at the Treasure House, Beverley Gallery, Skidby Mill, or Hessle Mill.