Assist with special projects such as helping to organize the Volunteer Program. Flexible schedule.

Assist with special projects in six categories: research, digital collections, archives, transcription, administrative, and library. Computer proficiency and organizational skills needed. Must be detail-oriented and able to work independently.

Work on special events.  Assist with event and schedule coordination; general clerical and administrative projects. Event planning experience a plus. Long term commitment preferred, one to two hours a day, five days a week required.  Detail oriented and highly reliable. Expertise with Microsoft Word, Excel, and the internet required. Assist with Membership mailings and general clerical and administrative tasks. Organizational skills required. Flexible schedule. Computer proficiency helpful. Assist with Membership sales in the Museum lobby.  Interact with visitors from around the world; offer information about the Museum and the community while promoting Museum memberships. Previous sales experience preferred.

Work with education staff, assisting with office work; copying, answering phones, e-mails; organize mailing lists and files.  Good computer and writing skills.  Knowledge of Excel, text translation and editing a plus. Program Needs:  Assist in preparing and participating in educational events, such as monthly family programs, school tours, hands-on art lessons, and professional development for educators.

Docents conduct tours of Museum exhibitions and help the public to interpret works of art.  Through their energy and ideas, docents help to make art accessible, understandable, and rewarding to visitors.  By creating a dialogue with visitors about the works of art they are looking at, docents stimulate observation, speculation, possibility, and connection.  Docents are asked to volunteer a total of 100 hours per year with 60 of those hours devoted to conducting tours. Extensive training with monthly meetings required.

Help with general office duties including copying, data-entry and brochure distribution; compile press kits and press clippings; assist in listing Museum information on websites.  Organizational skills needed.  Computer proficiency required.

Teach basic MS Office skills.  Fluency in Microsoft Office Products: Word, Excel, Outlook and Internet Explorer required.  Work one-on-one with staff to teach basic computer skills.  A commitment of 1-2 hours per week for a minimum of 3 months preferred. Teach advanced MS Office skills.  Proficiency in Microsoft Office Products: Word, Excel, Outlook, Internet Explorer, Access and PowerPoint.  Able to train in advance areas (mail merge, formulas, etc.) of Word, Excel and Outlook and provide basic-to-advanced instructions in Access and PowerPoint.  A commitment of 6-8 hours working one-on-one with staff.

Help in the Abiquiu Historic Properties Tour Office; filing; answering the phone; substitute for the Tour Clerk/Cashier during short periods of time; may occasionally be asked to follow the house tour to provide additional support and security for the visitors.