Volunteering at the museum is a great way to use your knowledge, skills and talents to help New Mexico. For their service to the community, volunteers recieve many benefits, including invitations to special events, a pass for free admission to any state-run museum or historic site good for an entire calendar year, special access to our incredible library and archives and the chance to be a part of a constantly evolving institution.
Are you interested in learning how you can help? Please fill out the Volunteer Application Form and we will be in touch soon.
Volunteers can help the Museum in several different ways, the most popular of which is our docent program.
Museum docents attend an 8-month training course and typically volunteer 100 hours to the museum annually.
Docent Meriom Kastner next to R.C. Gorman's Seated Navajo Woman sculpture.