Monthly Archive: December Nati
John Golla is the Co-Chair of the Visitor Guides and a Member of the Membership Committee at the Department of Museum Volunteers.
What inspired you to volunteer at the ROM?
I love the ROM and it was a chance to contribute to the community. The opportunity for learning and meeting interesting people both visitors and other volunteers.
Doug Gibson is a docent, gallery interpreter and ROMWalker at the Department of Museum Volunteers.
Anna Chryrsky-Harapa is the Co-Chair of the Outreach Committee at the Department of Museum Volunteers.
Jaclyn is a volunteer at the Hands-on Biodiversity Gallery, and a recipient of the Ontario Service Award in 2017.
1. What inspired you to volunteer at the ROM?
After doing museum studies and while looking for a job, I realized I wanted to keep involved in museum culture. I've always loved the ROM and how it combines science and history, so it was my first choice at which to volunteer.
Elizabeth Novak served as the Community Co-Chair of the ROM Diversity and Inclusion Committee from January 2011 to January 2017.
Blog Post by Vera Hall, President, Department of Museum Volunteers (DMV)
DMV Members Volunteer Committee 25th Anniversary Party (May 1982)
By: Peter Fenton
Joe Moysiuk is a volunteer in the ROM Invertebrate Palaeobiology team
By: Kiron Mukherjee, ROMKids Coordinator
When we receive our evaluation forms back at the end of every session of camp, our number one piece of positive feedback is not what you may think.
Today marks the start of National Volunteer Week. The ROM is supported by a vibrant and passionate community of volunteers that contribute to making the Museum an exceptional place to visit.