Volunteer at Revs

Volunteers are an important part of the Revs Institute and our primary purpose is to support the Institute’s mission. Through our volunteers, the museum strives to interpret the automobile as a technological device, as an agent for social and economic change and as an art object.

Volunteers attend a series of initial training classes and are afforded the opportunity to participate in advanced study programs; all designed to expand their knowledge of the collection. Utilizing this knowledge either as a Station Guide or Docent, they then share each cars’ story in a way that connects with our visitors.

If you share our passion for historically significant automobiles and are able to commit to at least one 3-hour shift per week, please fill out and submit this form for consideration.

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  • THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN THE VOLUNTEER PROGRAM AT THE REVS INSTITUTE! WE WILL BE IN TOUCH SOON . . .
  • Volunteer: a person performing services for a nonprofit organization without monetary compensation or expectation of employment
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Docents

Our docents are seasoned volunteers who have undergone a rigorous training program. Interested in becoming a docent?

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Station Guides

Our Station Guides are the main point of contact with visitors; setting the stage for their enjoyment and understanding of the Revs Institute and its mission.

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