Army Museum of South Australia
(AMOSA)

A Regional Museum of the Army History Unit
ABN 46 103 172

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Volunteers are crucial to the operation of the Museum.

Support is provided by Volunteers in many ways, such as;

  • Cataloguing Collection Identification,

    Volunteers lunch Volunteers enjoying a BBQ lunch..

  • Maintenance & Provenance
  • Conservation
  • Display Preparation & Maintenance
  • Preparation of Educational Materials
  • Photography
  • Publishing
  • Research
  • Restoration & Repair
  • Tour Guide
  • Training & Development
  • Vehicle Restoration & Maintenance
  • Weapons Maintenance

If you have a particular interest and would like to assist the Museum complete a Volunteer Application Form (PDF format) or arrange for an interview with our Head Curator.

  • The appointment of all Volunteers must be approved by the Board of Directors.
  • Volunteers will receive Induction training.
  • Volunteers have access depending on the needs of the Museum, to further training and development.
  • Volunteers can work on Monday evenings (Research Centre), Wednesdays (general tasks) or Sundays (as a guide).
  • Selected Volunteers will also have the opportunity to be trained as Tour Guides.

Volunteers Handbook download here, note this is a large file (1.98Mb) and if printed has fifty five (55) pages. DOWNLOAD NOW

 

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