The volunteer and docent corps of the Chandler Museum are essential in ensuring that the Museum meets its mission. We are continually looking for individuals who will help us better serve the community. Chandler Museum volunteers have the unique opportunity to support history, art, and culture while learning new skills and meeting people with similar interests. Volunteers play many roles at the Museum, including planning and staffing special events, learning with visitors,helping guide tours, caring for artifacts and the oral history collection, and offering administrative support.
How to apply: Volunteer applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Volunteer assignments are made based on the needs of the Museum and the applicant’s interests and skills. We ask for a minimum of 6 hours per month for at least 6 months.
Download a volunteer application or contact the Volunteer Coordinator:
Curator of Education
For internships, see the “Learn” page.
Our Community Partners
A non-profit 501 c3 organization started in 2004. The Chandler Sports Hall of Fame committee is comprised of former coaches, school administrators, athletes and others interested in the history of athletics in Chandler. Every year the Committee inducts and recognizes a select number of individuals who have brought recognition to the city of Chandler through her or his record setting performances or contribution to athletics.
A non-profit, 501 c3 volunteer organization started in 2012. The Pardners are committed to support the operation, maintenance and development of the Chandler Museum's Tumbleweed Ranch located in Tumbleweed Park. The Pardners help interpret Chandler’s agricultural heritage through programs and events, and enhance ranch resources through financial and volunteer support. They are co-producers of the annual Chandler Chuck Wagon Cook-Off.
A non-profit, 501c3 organization dedicated to preserving Chandler history since 1969. Chandler His