Arts

Book Harvest

Durham

Book Harvest provides an abundance of books and ongoing literacy support to families and their children from birth and serves as a model for communities committed to ensuring that children are lifelong readers and learners. Nothing gets accomplished at Book Harvest without the help of hundreds of hardworking volunteers each year, and there are lots of different ways to plug in to our team. Youth volunteers under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

Marbles Kids Museum

Raleigh

As a nonprofit, Marbles relies on generous contributions of community members’ time, talent and energy to make a positive impact on kids and families. Whether you’d like to play in the exhibits or assist Team Marbles behind the scenes, we welcome your support of our mission to spark imagination, discovery and
learning through play. Volunteer at Marbles to enrich the lives of children and reconnect with the kid in you!  There are opportunities for individuals age 16 and above and opportunities for 7 th to 10 th graders as part of the Marbles Teen Play Corp.

North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences

Raleigh

Discover a wide variety of volunteer opportunities at the largest natural history museum in the Southeast.
 

Junior Interpreters: Junior Interpreters (formerly known as Junior Volunteers) are teens who are passionate about sharing the wonders of science and the natural world with others. Junior Interpreters interact directly with the public out on the Museum floor and provide them with the opportunity to have up-close, hands-on educational experiences with natural history specimens from the Museum’s collections.This is a summer program, running for ten weeks. For rising 9-12 graders.

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North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences

Raleigh

Junior Curators: Junior Curators are volunteers with an intense interest in conservation, animal care and field biology. Junior Curators directly support the Museum’s conservation efforts by participating in educational programs and events, field experiences to natural areas, natural history service projects and
assisting in the care of the Museum’s live animal collection. For students in grades 9-12.

The Scrap Exchange

Durham

The Scrap Exchange is a friendly, creative, and fun place to volunteer. With a small core staff, we rely on volunteers to help process and organize materials, clean and maintain the store, and generally keep things running smoothly. We welcome volunteers who can commit to a regular schedule as well as one-time service learning groups. Projects may include greeting customers, sorting, packaging, merchandising, and organizing materials as well as general cleaning, sweeping, and tidying.  We are happy to work with volunteers of all ages and abilities, and are able to accommodate large groups. If you are under age 18, you must have your parent or guardian sign the Waiver of Liability and Volunteer Parental Consent form before you can volunteer.

Youth making a difference in their community, one person at a time. 

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