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Volunteers Needed!

We are currently recruiting new volunteers for:

  • Our weekend Visitors Services team assisting in Admissions, the Museum Store, and as Gallery Ambassadors
  • Program and events support
  • Special Exhibitions monitors for our temporary exhibitions

If you are interested in becoming a National Nordic Museum volunteer, please fill out our Volunteer Application. If you have any questions, please contact Timothy Krumland, Volunteer Coordinator, at timothyk@nordicmuseum.org

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Current Volunteers

Gallery Assistants

We are recruiting Special Exhibition volunteers to be a part of our visitor experience for On the Edge of the World: Masterworks By Laurits Andersen Ring (through January 19, 2020). In addition to checking tickets at the door, volunteers will help enhance the visitor experience by answering questions about the Museum and the exhibition, as well as provide security for the invaluable paintings in our care. 

Click here to access VicNet.

Click here to download the Volunteer Handbook.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Interested in becoming a volunteer at the National Nordic Museum?

Start by filling out a Volunteer Application!

If you have any questions, please contact Timothy Krumland, Volunteer Coordinator, at timothyk@nordicmuseum.org or 206.789.5707 ext. 7012.

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Internships

At this time we do not have any open internships.

Become a Volunteer apply online

Volunteer Tributes

Each year at the Northern Lights Auktion, we honor volunteers and members who make an extraordinary contribution to the Museum.

View our tribute to Bert Lundh, honored at the 2011 Northern Lights Auktion

View our tribute to Olaf Kvamme, honored at the 2012 Northern Lights Auktion

The National Nordic Museum shares Nordic culture with people of all ages and backgrounds by exhibiting art and objects, preserving collections, providing educational and cultural experiences, and serving as a community gathering place.