There is an overwhelming variety of opportunities and needs at Mt. Blanco! We need people with willing hearts to help out in many different facets at the museum, ranging from greeting museum guests and maintaining the display area to making casts and excavating fossils out of field jackets. No previous experience is necessary, but we do require a willingness to learn and follow directions. People with interests in art, paleontology, archeology, science, Bible, or apologetics will especially enjoy this opportunity.
Volunteering at Mt. Blanco is an educational experience unlike anything else. You will be able to help make an impact on the world for Christ by defending the reliability of the Bible from the very beginning. Even if you cannot volunteer yourself, please consider praying for the outreaches of Mt. Blanco and specifically that the LORD will bring the right volunteers.
If you are interested and meet the requirements bellow, please contact us for an application. You will need to send your application and resume. You are also required to have three references.
You must be:
- At least 16 years old
- Willing and able to be self-sufficient (e.g., responsible for your own transportation and living)
- Willing to commit at least 3 weeks
- Willing to follow all protocol and clean up after yourself
- Willing to be flexible and serve wherever you are needed most
- Have health insurance that covers accidents and emergencies (or be willing to acquire this for your time at Mt. Blanco)
- Have a cooperative and uplifting spirit
- Coming to get work done!
We cannot have:
- Drugs or public drinking
- Sexual immorality
- Foul language
- Wearing perfume or cologne on the job
- Girlfriend/boyfriend interactions that interfere with your work
- People who are only willing to do “glamorous” work like working only on dinosaur bones (though we will be do some of that, everyone has to be willing to sweep floors here!)
- You must be covered at least from the shoulders to the knees
- No shorts or skirts above the knee
- Shirts are required
- Have close-toed shoes available
- Wear clothes you are willing to get dirty (possibly ruined) for fossil, molding, casting, or painting work
Some of the jobs you might be doing include: casting products, printing & binding books, scanning files, organizing library, working on the magazine, computer work (using programs like Word, Publisher, and Photoshop), cleaning displays, greeting guests, giving tours, secretarial work, casting & molding, answering the phone & taking orders, and even excavating fossils out of field jackets (of which there are many). Jobs vary as seasons change and special projects come up.
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