Volunteer Leadership Team
Every Monday at 9 am a dedicated team of volunteer managers gathers in the Peace Station 208 to help guide the day-to-day operations of the Dayton International Peace Museum. Their efforts are critical to the ongoing mission of the museum.
Peace Docent Program
The museum enlists a crew of volunteer Peace Docents who provide the primary staffing, Wednesday through Sunday, 1 pm - 5 pm. They are trained in offering guided tours of the Museum and in the art of listening to museum guests who wish to reflect on questions such as, "What does a more peaceful world look like for you?"
Volunteers Always Needed AND Appreciated!
The Museum is currently in need of specialized volunteers who can help in the areas of:
- IT and webdesign;
- Social media and marketing;
- Research and writing;
- Event Fundraising;
- Data management;
Please contact Michael Kalter, Interim Executive Director, if you are interested in volunteering.