Volunteer at Your Museum in Jackson Hole

Interested in fantastic art, wildlife, and making a difference in your community?

Have you ever wondered what makes a museum tick?

If so, the National Museum of Wildlife Art is the place for you! Our volunteers play a vital role in many aspects of the Museum, assisting with guided gallery tours, information desk, staffing special events, and other “behind the scenes” projects in numerous Museum departments. Whether you live in the valley part time, or are here with us all year long, we can work with you to customize a volunteer experience that will combine your interests and abilities with the Museum’s commitment to inspiring appreciation and knowledge of fine art and humanity’s relationship with nature.

The only requirements for volunteering at the National Museum of Wildlife Art are a passion for wildlife and a love of fine art.

Please contact:
Carter Cox, Assistant Curator of Education

ContactCarter CoxAssistant Curator of Education & Exhibits

Carrie Schwartz, Assistant Curator of Education & Exhibits


ContactCarrie Schwartz Assistant Curator of Education & Exhibits

You can also fill out a Volunteer Application and mail it to:
Volunteer Program
National Museum of Wildlife Art
PO Box 6825
Jackson, WY 83002