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Volunteers are Essential

The Kennebec Historical Society is currently an all voluteer organization. We rely on a cadre of volunteers to perform our numerous tasks; volunteers are the backbone of institutions like KHS.

Colby Volunteers

Colby Day of Caring 2009

Volunteers are Needed Now More Than Ever

In the past, KHS has been blessed with just such a volunteer group. Now that the society has taken on the responsibilities of a large new headquarters at 107 Winthrop Street, we need these volunteers and many more. Whether by being a receptionist, serving on committees, assisting with mailing or filing,  writing research reports, helping with special events, caring for the house and grounds or working in the society’s reading room, our volunteers are essential to the daily operation of the organization.

Gardening 2009

Heide Munro and Ann Thomas Gardening

Volunteers Control When They Work and What They Work On

Our volunteers set the limits on how much time they donate. They specify the kinds of tasks they prefer and work as a team to keep KHS a vibrant and active organization. The special talents and insights that our volunteers bring to the job help to keep the society moving forward while still keeping an eye on its mission to preserve the past through collecting, preserving and sharing important  historical collections.

There are Many Jobs Available

If you have  an hour a month, an hour a week or an hour a day, consider KHS for your volunteer time. For more information,  please contact us at (207) 622-7718 or email Volunteer Coordinator.

Check out these open volunteer positions:

Administrative Assistant
Facility Manager
Financial Administrator (Closed)
Assistant Archivist/Librarian
Research Assistant
Researcher
Committee Member

Standing Committees

Receptionist

Page updated: January 18, 2010

 


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