Volunteers assist with the needs of others and help around the house. Assisting with the needs of others can be giving someone a ride to a therapy or to day program, helping someone with personal care and hygiene, writing a letter, making a phone call, growing fresh greens, weaving a baby blanket or attending a…
By greeting patrons and answering questions about WAM, our ushers are often the first introduction patrons get at their first WAM show and are tasked with being the conduit for the culture we cultivate here at WAM. You are welcome to sign up for one or two shows, helping pass out programs, scanning tickets, or…
Our hospitality team are the essential hosts during our productions! Being on this subcommittee will include asks to drive actors and production team members to and from our theatres to train or bus stations, offering housing during productions, and making meals for our volunteer led tech dinners.
Our volunteer board of directors and various committee members help guide us and keep our organization on a path to success.
Construction Volunteers should dress appropriately for the weather and the day’s work assignments. Wear comfortable clothing that you do not mind getting dirty. On your feet wear a sturdy pair of shoes. Work or hiking boots are strongly encouraged. Open-toe shoes or sandals are not allowed. On sunny days wear sunscreen and a hat. We…
Through your involvement with the museum, you serve as educators and custodians of history, and enhance the experience of visitors who journey here from all over the world.
Help MIC plan events!
Drive and escort a senior to the grocery store or shop for a homebound senior with a list.
Visit a lonely senior or accompany him/her into the community for shopping or special events.
(Serving the Health Information Needs of Everyone) Become trained to understand Medicare/Medicaid benefits and other health insurance options so you can help seniors make informed choices.