Middle & High School Volunteers
Volunteering is a natural next step for those who previously have experienced WonderLab or any hands-on museum only as visitors. Teens are eligible to become volunteers after they finish grade 6.
As middle and high school volunteers share their enthusiasm with museum visitors, they benefit by developing new workplace skills and improving their communication skills. They also meet college students and other adult volunteers, who can serve as positive role models. All volunteers must register for a basic training session.
Teen Volunteer Application Form
Summer Internships for High School Students
High school students also are eligible to apply on a separate online form for summer internships at WonderCamp. The summer internship program involves working with small groups of children enrolled in WonderCamp. Interns either work from 8:30 am - 1:00 pm or 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm. Minimum commitment is one week of work after attending an orientation.
Summer interns help camp instructors guide lively science activities inside the building and outdoors. Scheduling is highly flexible to accommodate the intern's job schedule and family vacation. A background in science is not required. Each intern receives a certificate upon successful completion of his/her responsibilities.
Applicants must be entering grades 9-12 or home-school equivalent. Graduating seniors also may apply. Interns will be selected on a competitive basis and will be supervised by museum staff. Contact Jeanne Gunning if you have questions about the Summer Internship Program or email the Coordinator of WonderCamp Interns.