The Works Museum
Our mission is to inspire the next generation of innovators, engineers, and creative problem solvers. Our exhibits, programs, and design challenges engage kids in science, technology, and engineering and make learning memorable and fun.
Dreams need doing, and exploring engineering gives a child the power to make stuff, break stuff, and make it better! We need the imagination and skill of engineers to solve the problems and address the challenges of our modern world. Engineering fuels collaboration, persistence, and problem solving; critical skills for every child from every walk of life. The Works Museum welcomes you to explore engineering and stretch your imagination.
Volunteers will help museum staff with a variety of cleaning projects after the busy summer season. This could include cleaning exhibits and classrooms, project material clean-up and organization, and other projects that will be determined at the close of the summer season. All activities will occur indoors.
Museum parking lot available.
Upon arrival, volunteers should check in at the front desk.
What to Wear
Volunteers should wear comfortable clothing that they will not mind getting dirty.
All volunteers must be 16 year of age or older.
Hosted by the College of Science and Engineering