Docents lead educational experiences that make technology, its history and stories, accessible and relevant for everyone. You should be comfortable speaking in public, have a positive attitude, and enjoy learning new skills. We especially welcome those interested in working with K–12 students. No prior experience necessary.
Demonstrators share the history and impact of restored legacy computers through interactive conversations with Museum visitors. As a demonstrator, you will be trained to work with your choice of an IBM 1401, a PDP-1, or IBM RAMAC.
Education volunteers play a critical role in helping students make the best of their time at the Museum, promoting a positive and engaging learning environment. These volunteers act as role models, demonstrating problem-solving skills, brainstorming, creativity, critical thinking, collaboration and passion for history, technology and innovation.
Get a first peek at the new artifacts brought into the Museum. Work alongside a fun and dedicated group of core volunteers. This volunteer opportunity is at the Museum’s Shustek Research Archives located in Fremont.