McCord Museum of Canadian History (#32228)

Public research and teaching museum dedicated to the preservation, study, diffusion and appreciation of Canadian history.
As a volunteer guide, you accompany visitors as they encounter the exhibition, objects and themes that are addressed. As a facilitator, you foster dynamic discussions between visitors and give them space to speak so they can be the agents of their visit, which becomes a social experience. Without a doubt, you will make a difference in their museum experience. More concretely, you could be asked to fulfill one or several of these tasks: Learn the content of exhibitions and lead tours of the exhibitions for different publics, in French and/or English; lead educational and cultural activities to complement the exhibitions and contribute to the development of certain projects. | Place of work: On location
Location: 
Centre-Ville
Language: 
Bilingue (F/A)
Causes: 
Museums/galleries
Activities: 
Reception, hospitality | Guide/Museums
Advantages: 
Training
Length of commitment: 
Minimum 50 hours a year.
Contact: 
Clara Chouinard, Coordonnatrice, Action éducative, citoyenne et culturelle / 514.861.6701 / clara.chouinard@mccord-stewart.ca
Place of work: 
On location
Metro/Bus: 
Métro McGill / bus 24
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Request number: 
32228