Volunteers perform a wide variety of tasks that enable the Society to carry out its educational mission. Whether it is leading a tour, speaking to a civic group, or even stuffing envelopes, volunteers partner with the Society’s professional staff to bring the history of the Capitol and Congress to the public.
Tour Guides: The Society provides formal training for persons interested in leading occasional group tours. Assignments are scheduled at the convenience of the volunteer.
Speakers Bureau: The Society invites public speakers with experience or expertise in any area pertaining to the history of the Capitol or the history and functioning of Congress to join the Society’s Speakers Bureau.
Research, Outreach, Events, and Clerical Support: The Society seeks interested volunteers who are available on-call to assist with specific research projects, outreach promotion for our educational programs, staff assistance at events, and clerical office support.
Share your knowledge, abilities, and expertise with others through the Society’s volunteer program. To learn more about current volunteer needs and opportunities, contact Steve Livengood by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (202) 543-8919 ext. 17.
In appreciation for the vital role volunteers play in its successes, the Society hosts an annual Volunteers and Partners Appreciation Event featuring a guest speaker and reception. To learn more about select past events, click on the links below: