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Volunteer at Mill Grove

Help Audubon and Mill Grove by becoming a volunteer! 

Volunteering at Mill Grove: Our mission is to educate and inspire people to cherish and protect the natural world, by preserving Audubon’s artistic, scientific, and historic legacy and celebrating the conservation movement it inspired.

Interested in becoming a part of the volunteer team?
See below for contact information and a partial list of volunteer opportunities.



Volunteer Opportunities:

House Museum Docent

Duties: Greet visitors and conduct tours of the Historic House Museum at Mill Grove. Tours focus on the life and artwork of famous artist & naturalist John James Audubon (1785-1851) as well as the storied history of the property.

Museum Gift Shop
Duties: Help run our small museum gift shop by making sales, setting up displays, and keeping inventory.

Light Housekeeping
Duties: Assist us with light housekeeping; you will help with the up-keep of the Museum, making sure that the museum looks inviting to visitors by keeping it clean.

Administrative
Duties: Help center director with daily tasks including data entry, filing, mail sorting, and other organizational activities.

Grounds & Maintenance
Duties: Assist us with weeding beds, mulching, and special projects.

Education Assistant
Duties: Assist educators by preparing for all types of programs including summer camp, school programs, public programs and special events.

Curatorial Assistant
Historical Research and Data Entry
Duties: Assist the curator by carrying out research tasks.

Collections Assistant
Duties: Assist the museum curator in a variety of tasks involving the preservation, exhibition, and documentation of a museum collection.

All inquiries about volunteering should be addressed to our

Volunteer Contact:
Maggie Innes • Volunteer Coordinator • jjacvolunteer@audubon.org

Required application and background check forms are available to download below.

Already a Volunteer at Mill Grove: Below you will find many resources that will help you learn more about the property, the history, and some of our events that take place on the property.