Volunteer!

We welcome applications from all those in the Greater Washington DC area ages 18 and up aligned with our Mission "To invite all people to engage with the Bible."


Our volunteer program will have Volunteer or Docent* roles. Service areas of interest include:

  • Public Galleries
  • Information Desk
  • Theater Ushers
  • Group Greeters
  • Special Events
  • Educational Presenter
*Docent training requires an additional 30+ hours of training

Minimum of one (1) year of volunteer service commitment

  • A commitment to the Museum’s mission; To invite all people to engage with the Bible
  • A commitment to delivering exceptional customer service to our guests and staff
  • Excellent verbal communication skills and a positive attitude are essential
  • Ability to stand for a minimum of 4.5 hours with minimal assistance
  • Basic computer skills for training, scheduling, and communication via e-mail
  • Access to a computer; valid e-mail address
  • 18 years of age or older
  • Available during Museum hours of operation, which include weekdays, weekends, and evenings
  • Desire to be cross trained in a variety of Museum departments
  • Ability to complete basic 3-day training

Volunteer Schedules Available:

  • Volunteer Schedules: 4.5 hour shifts available Weekdays, Weekends and Evenings

Volunteers receive great benefits!

  • You will become a part of a community that shares a common goal to invite all people to engage with the Bible
  • You will be involved with establishing the Museum of the Bible as a world class operation
  • You will increase your knowledge of the history, impact and narratives of the Bible
  • You will have the opportunity to interact regularly with a diverse group of people from around the world
  • You will receive firsthand knowledge of lectures, special events and theater productions
  • You will be eligible to receive various discounts
  • Potential volunteer tax deductions (consult your CPA, financial or tax advisor)
How old do I have to be to volunteer?

You must be 18 years old or above to volunteer.

What is the time commitment to join the volunteer program?

We ask for a one year commitment to the volunteer program. Due to the training requirements, a shorter assignment is not available during our initial programming.

Am I required to complete a background check?

Yes, all volunteers must successfully complete a thorough background check.

What is the volunteer schedule?

Volunteer Schedules are available in 4.5 hour shifts on Weekdays, Weekends and Evenings with a minimum of 9 hours per month

I am interested in volunteering and can meet all the program’s requirements (e.g. can attend all training classes, make the time commitment, etc.). What do I do next?

Fill out the online application and we will contact you for an interview if we have volunteer spaces available.

To volunteer, do I need a degree in Biblical Studies or any other field?

No, our volunteers come from varied backgrounds but possess a love for the Bible.

Service Areas

Our volunteer program will have Volunteer or Docent* roles. Service areas of interest include:

  • Public Galleries
  • Information Desk
  • Theater Ushers
  • Group Greeters
  • Special Events
  • Educational Presenter
*Docent training requires an additional 30+ hours of training

Qualifications

Minimum of one (1) year of volunteer service commitment

  • A commitment to the Museum’s mission; To invite all people to engage with the Bible
  • A commitment to delivering exceptional customer service to our guests and staff
  • Excellent verbal communication skills and a positive attitude are essential
  • Ability to stand for a minimum of 4.5 hours with minimal assistance
  • Basic computer skills for training, scheduling, and communication via e-mail
  • Access to a computer; valid e-mail address
  • 18 years of age or older
  • Available during Museum hours of operation, which include weekdays, weekends, and evenings
  • Desire to be cross trained in a variety of Museum departments
  • Ability to complete basic 3-day training

Schedules

Volunteer Schedules Available:

  • Volunteer Schedules: 4.5 hour shifts available Weekdays, Weekends and Evenings

Benefits

Volunteers receive great benefits!

  • You will become a part of a community that shares a common goal to invite all people to engage with the Bible
  • You will be involved with establishing the Museum of the Bible as a world class operation
  • You will increase your knowledge of the history, impact and narratives of the Bible
  • You will have the opportunity to interact regularly with a diverse group of people from around the world
  • You will receive firsthand knowledge of lectures, special events and theater productions
  • You will be eligible to receive various discounts
  • Potential volunteer tax deductions (consult your CPA, financial or tax advisor)

FAQs

How old do I have to be to volunteer?

You must be 18 years old or above to volunteer.

What is the time commitment to join the volunteer program?

We ask for a one year commitment to the volunteer program. Due to the training requirements, a shorter assignment is not available during our initial programming.

Am I required to complete a background check?

Yes, all volunteers must successfully complete a thorough background check.

What is the volunteer schedule?

Volunteer Schedules are available in 4.5 hour shifts on Weekdays, Weekends and Evenings with a minimum of 9 hours per month

I am interested in volunteering and can meet all the program’s requirements (e.g. can attend all training classes, make the time commitment, etc.). What do I do next?

Fill out the online application and we will contact you for an interview if we have volunteer spaces available.

To volunteer, do I need a degree in Biblical Studies or any other field?

No, our volunteers come from varied backgrounds but possess a love for the Bible.