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Employing your unique skills and talents to support The Mint is a rewarding and enriching experience.

How to Volunteer

The Mint Museum depends on the support of our local volunteers to sustain the museum’s tremendous growth in community engagement, physical space, programs, and other key areas. Currently, our diverse groups of volunteers set the stage for the Mint to achieve national prominence as a center of excellence. Our volunteers are expected to be passionate about the arts and the mission of the Mint, and demonstrate a commitment to providing a positive experience to the museum’s guests, bringing creativity to the museums programs and events, and encouraging the growth of The Mint Museum and its impact on the community.

Learn more about how to get involved as a supporting volunteer, intern, or docent below.

Supporting Volunteer

The Mint Museum depends on the support of our community volunteers to develop successful programs and create an outstanding experience for our visitors. Our volunteers are passionate, dedicated servants who understand and believe in the Mint, and in the important role that the arts play in our community.

If you are interested in connecting with our rich volunteer program, please fill out the Volunteer Application below, or contact Thesha Woodley, Visitor Experience & Volunteer Program Manager, by e-mail  or phone at 704.337.2041

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*Thanks for your interest in becoming a Mint Museum volunteer. We are currently not accepting additional applicants. Please return to the website to apply after September 15th. Feel free to email Thesha Woodley if you are looking for an organization to volunteer with this summer.


The Mint Museum’s Internship Program (click below to visit page) is an opportunity for area college students to gain valuable career insight into the workings of a museum. Internships are available at both museum locations and in specific departments (more information on the right) such as curatorial, learning & engagement, advancement, graphic design, library, and collections & exhibitions. Internships are available year-round and open to any college-level student.


The Mint Museum's Docents are volunteer members of the Learning & Engagement Department. Mint Docents lead tours and programs, and devote time and expertise to help visitors understand and enjoy works of art in the museum's collections and special exhibitions.

Affiliate Groups

The Affiliate Groups of The Mint Museum also provide members with additional opportunities to become more involved through social and educational events.