Teen Volunteer Playworker Program
A Teen Volunteer Playworker is 7 through 12-grade student during the application year, who is looking to be active in their community, learn important job skills, and has an interest in early childhood education, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math), agriculture, and Dakota history. This role is a perfect fit for an outgoing and energetic volunteer who enjoys meeting new people and trying new things. Teen Volunteer Playworkers are trained on all Museum exhibits so they can understand the play experience and help provide a welcoming atmosphere to Museum visitors.
2019-2020 Program Cancelled
The Teen Volunteer Playworker program has been paused due to safety protocols put in place in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We hope to restart the program once it is deemed safe to do so. In the meantime, please explore the resources here to learn more about the program, and be sure to join our mailing list for updates on restarting this initiative!
What does a Teen Volunteer Playworker do?
Teen Volunteer Playworker duties include:
Teen Volunteer Playworker qualifications include:
For more info about the Teen Volunteer Playworker Program
please contact Heather Ungerer, Volunteer Manager, at 507.344.9108 or via email.