Consider volunteering four to eight hours a week at the Autry! Ask about our flexible hours, Monday through Friday.
For those who enjoy a desk assignment, there is plenty to do behind-the-scenes in the administration offices. Database entry, letter-writing, and mailings are some of the projects available. Volunteers can learn from their experiences helping in a specialized area such as marketing, graphic design, or membership. Those who like a fast-paced office environment will enjoy these volunteer opportunities.
Another great way to make a difference at the Autry is to volunteer your time and skills at our events and exhibitions. Or you can choose to work behind-the-scenes or up front at The Ausman Family Visitor Services Desk. Volunteers of all ages and abilities are a vital part of the success of the Autry, and some of the ways you can participate are listed below.
To learn more, please contact Sarah Wilson at 323.495.4309 or email@example.com.
Autry membership is required to volunteer.
Join the friendly and informative Autry staff in welcoming and guiding museum visitors. You can volunteer during regular museum hours or at special events like Sizzling Summer Nights and the American Indian Arts Marketplace. Helping at The Ausman Family Visitor Services Desk gives you the opportunity to attend events and interact with visitors and staff.
Become a Docent
Love the West? Teach the West! History buffs and Western enthusiasts are invited to participate in this year’s summer docent training classes. Join scholars, curators, and educators in exploring the American West through history and artifacts. Then enjoy the rewards of passing along your knowledge to museum visitors as a tour guide. For more information, visit TheAutry.org/Docents.
Participants must attend the Docent Training Program, which is offered from mid-July to mid-September.
Help With Programs
Volunteers who love to be in the middle of the action love to help with our public programs. We need the most assistance with our big festivals—everything from directing visitors to the event locations and escorting performers backstage to staffing booths and organizing other volunteers. Smaller programs may call for taking tickets and checking RSVP lists. You can choose from theatre and music performances, lectures, festivals, food and film series, and Autry Store sales.