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Volunteers partner with MDAH employees to enrich the visitor experience and provide services that are vital to the operation of the department. Our diverse, knowledgeable, talented, and skilled volunteers help fulfill our mission to preserve Mississippi’s diverse historic resources and share them with people around the world.

Who can volunteer at MDAH?

MDAH engages adult volunteers (18+), college/university student volunteers  and service groups.

What can MDAH volunteers do?

MDAH volunteers can serve in all five divisions of our agency in public, behind-the-scenes, and virtual roles.

How do I get started as an MDAH volunteer?

To get started as a volunteer, complete an online application. The MDAH volunteer services office will receive your application match you to a volunteer opportunity that suites your interest.

Currently, all sites operated by MDAH are closed to the public. Volunteers are asked not to report to their assigned shifts. We are accepting applications for new volunteers; however, we are postponing volunteer orientation and training at this time. We appreciate your understanding and look forward to speaking with you soon.

If you would like more information about MDAH volunteer opportunities, please contact Tony Schnadelbach, Volunteer Services Coordinator, at tschnadelbach@mdah.ms.gov or 601-576-6985.

To View MDAH Current Volunteer Opportunities:

VolunteerMatch.org

Central MS Hub for Volunteers and Non-Profits

For MDAH Volunteers:

Volunteers may access their VicNet account at the button below: