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The pride and history of Oklahoma is alive and well in the Oklahoma History Center. Volunteers are an active part of the mission of the History Center, providing invaluable resources through educational programs, assisting in the daily operations of the building and assisting with long-term goals. The Volunteer Services Program provides volunteers with social and networking opportunities through daily interaction, field trips and the annual appreciation gala, as well as, continuing educational benefits through presentations, lectures and demonstrations.

Realizing that volunteers seek a variety of experiences, they may volunteer their time in a myriad of ways. Volunteers are called on to assist patrons with transactions, interpret educational materials to the public, assist museum staff behind-the-scenes with exhibits, cataloguing, and research as well as host galleries, help with special events and interpret history through the Living History Docent program. For anyone with a desire to give their time, there are hundreds of ways he/she can serve at the Oklahoma History Center.

Come join the fun!