Volunteer at Long Beach of Museum of Art


Volunteering at the Museum

The hundreds of dedicated volunteers who help the Museum are crucial to our well-being! There are many ways to get involved and to contribute your time.

Each year, the Museum holds a variety of special events to help raise money for our education and exhibitions programming. Volunteers assist staff on the day of the event to complete a range of tasks that contribute to the success of each event.

From time to time, various departments in the Museum seek undergraduate and graduate student interns to assist with daily administrative tasks. Interns gain skills and behind the scenes insights through on the job training. Internship opportunities can be offered in conjunction with college and university credit. Internships can be arranged in Finance, Operations, Development, Collections, and Education departments.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please submit a Volunteer Application. Please note that if there is not an immediate need, your application will be kept on file for future opportunities. You will be contacted as opportunities arise. No phone calls, please.


A Docent is a volunteer who provides educational tours for K-12 students of the Long Beach Museum of Art’s exhibitions. Docents also assist with hands-on art making activities for local school children. Learn more about becoming a docent.



Please note due to circumstances beyond the Museum’s control, the “Gego: Silver Linings” exhibition scheduled for January 2018 at the Long Beach Museum of Art has been canceled.