Volunteer

Visitors viewing Deborah Butterfield's Vermillion

Photo by Robert Boland

Share your time and expertise with Landmarks and enhance the university’s main campus by making it a more beautiful and engaging place. Landmarks welcomes volunteers with skills in such areas as education, project management, design, technology, development, publications, and public relations.

Not an expert? Not a problem. Landmarks can find creative ways to take advantage of your support. Simply send an e-mail, and Landmarks will contact you to learn about your interest.

If you are a student, you might consider becoming a docent or preservation guild intern. Both offer opportunities to become engaged, informed, and to build valuable work experience.

Landmarks Docents

Become informed about some of the most important artistic trends of our time and meet people who share a passion for art by joining the Landmarks Docents. Participants learn about modern and contemporary art in the Landmarks collection and develop touring skills to engage visitors.

Landmarks Preservation Guild

Gain knowledge about the preservation of works of art and get hands-on experience by joining the Landmarks Preservation Guild. Interns build useful skills in the maintenance of original works of art, earn program certification, and contribute to the beauty of public spaces on the main campus.