Posted February 13, 2020
Are you interested in the story of Anne Frank? Would you like to share her story in the larger context of the war, and of the world today? We are looking for volunteers to provide tours and stationary interpretation of the special exhibit, ‘Anne Frank – A History For Today’, June 1 – August 31, 2020.
What will you do?
- Greet, converse, and interact with guests at the exhibit
- Create moments for discussion, focusing on the principles of tolerance, mutual respect, human rights, and democracy
- Answer guests’ questions about the exhibit
- Develop public speaking and interpersonal skills
What do you need?
- You must be a registered volunteer
- A friendly, courteous manner in dealing with guests of all ages
- Certification after completing a two-day training program with the Anne Frank House staff in late May
- Ability to work on your feet for the entire shift
- Ability to commit to a minimum of one shift each week
The exhibit, ‘Anne Frank – A History For Today’, is a traveling exhibition of 34 bilingual panels in English and French, focusing on the life of Anne Frank and the history of the Second World War in Europe. The last two panels of the exhibition are dedicated to the postwar period in relation to Canada. Since 1985, this exhibition has been shown in more than 80 countries.
If you would like more details, please attend a Volunteer Information Session or contact Volunteer Services at 403-268-8610, or firstname.lastname@example.org