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VOLUNTEER ASSOCIATION | Textile Museum of Canada

Volunteering at the Museum

The Textile Museum of Canada relies on the dedication, knowledge and talent of more than 130 volunteers. The number of hours that TMC Volunteers collectively contribute to the Museum is equal to nine full-time staff positions. New volunteers are always welcome. The Museum offers opportunities to interact with the public and work with TMC staff in the follow areas:

• Reception
• Docents
• Volunteer Educators
• Museum Shop
• Collection Volunteers
• H.N. Pullar Library
• Special Events
• Development and Marketing

If you’re a member of the Textile Museum of Canada and would like to become a TMC Volunteer, visit the Textile Museum website.

New TMC Volunteers are asked to take the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services’ online training in Accessibility Standards for Customer Service. The training is free and takes about 40 minutes to complete.

Click here to access the website and training.

To find out more about the Volunteer Association and Volunteer responsibilities, download a copy of the Volunteer Handbook by clicking on the image below.

Textile Museum of Canada Volunteer Handbook

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One comment on “Volunteering at the Museum

  1. Audrey Hozack
    September 8, 2013

    Strand News brought back many memories of countless and happy hours at the Textile Museum. I hope to come to the AGM and see old friends and relive some of the highlights oj my volunteer years! Audrey Hozack

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Volunteer Handbook

Textile Museum of Canada Volunteer Handbook

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