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Volunteering

Make new friends, work with an amazing collection and gain new skills. Come and join our team of talented volunteers and you'll help make a real difference.

It’s the skills, knowledge and passion of our volunteers that helps to make our museum special. With exciting roles across the museum, our volunteers have an opportunity to make a positive impact on our visitors and enhance our understanding of the collection.

Current volunteering roles

Power Up support volunteer

Deadline: TBC

Power Up is back for 2022! We are looking for a team of enthusiastic volunteers, with an interest in gaming. Volunteers will act as event hosts, helping to ensure that ticket holders have a great experience.

You can download details of the role and all application information here, and if you have any questions our Volunteer Management Team will be happy to help. Simply email us at volunteering@scienceandindustrymuseum.org.uk.

Learning Object Handling Volunteer

Deadline: TBC

We are currently looking volunteers to help inspire futures, through engaging visitors with our collection of handling objects. 

You can download details of the role and all application information here, and if you have any questions our Volunteer Management Team will be happy to help. Simply email us at volunteering@scienceandindustrymuseum.org.uk.

Learning Volunteer

Deadline: TBC

Our Learning team reveal the wonder of science by sharing authentic stories about our collection and facilitating and supporting the learning of children and adults, and we are now looking for volunteers to help support the team.  

You can download details of the role and all application information here, and if you have any questions our Volunteer Management Team will be happy to help. Simply email us at volunteering@scienceandindustrymuseum.org.uk.

STEM Ambassadors

If you have a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) background and would like to share your knowledge and experience with young people, then you could become a STEM Ambassador. Check our STEM section to learn more about the STEM Ambassadors Programme and the STEM Ambassador Hub Trans-Pennine managed by the Science Museum Group.

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