The Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio’s mission is to remember the millions who perished in the Holocaust and to educate the public about this tragic chapter in history. It takes many people to accomplish this mission, including a dedicated team of volunteers who work as Museum Docents or in our Educational Programs, Assist in the Mazal Research Library, Support our Special Events, or as Behind-the-Scenes Volunteers.
Who is eligible to be a Museum Volunteer?
Volunteer positions are open to all individuals who meet the qualifications outlined below, without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, or disability. Minimum age of 16 by the start of your volunteer service.
What are the personal qualities of a Museum Volunteer?
Compassion to deal with difficult subject matter and those who are affected by it.
Open-Mindedness and Patience to work with a diverse public and staff.
Integrity to represent the institution and oneself with the highest standards.
Dedication to the Museum’s mission and to the values of the Volunteer Program.
Reliability to consistently keep one’s volunteer commitment to the Museum.
Education and Tour Guide Volunteers aid the Museum in conducting numerous public presentations, and tours of the Permanent Exhibitions for school groups and visitors.
Behind-the-Scenes volunteers work throughout the Museum and off-site, where they perform any number of jobs, from special projects and clerical work to research, translation, and transcription. Opportunities also include providing customer service and safety in our exhibitions.
Contact us today at (210) 302-6807!
Click Here to fill out a volunteer application.
The Museum's internship program provides an environment for qualified candidates to learn about the Holocaust and about Museum operations. Included are hands-on projects and opportunities to work with Holocaust scholars and Museum professionals to learn about their roles, responsibilities, and backgrounds. Internships usually last for one semester. Flexible schedules are generally available. Most internships are unpaid. Candidates whose skills and talents meet the requirements for available positions will be contacted for a telephone interview. More details soon!
Community Yom HaShoah Observance: Generations Remembers
Temple Beth El
211 Belknap Pl, San Antonio, TX
April 27th, 2014
Doors open at 7:00pm , ceremony to begin at 7:30