Adult & Youth Volunteers

Volunteers are very special people at the Orlando Science Center. As the “face of the science center” volunteers help guide, teach and enlighten museum guests. Our volunteers range in age from 13 to 90 and bring with them their life experience, passion for science and enthusiasm for volunteering.

 

Internships & Employment

The Orlando Science Center has many interesting opportunities for individuals to gain experience in their field(s) of interest. Visit the internship section of our website to learn more about the current internships available.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

When can a youth become a volunteer at the Science Center?

We accept applications for the Youth Volunteer Program at age 13.

 

How does the application process work?

To become an applicant, the Youth Volunteer Coordinator must first receive the following:

  1. A completed Volunteer Application signed by the prospective volunteer and by a parent/guardian
  2. A letter of recommendation from a teacher
  3. A copy of a recent report card showing at least a GPA of 2.5 or higher


After the volunteer application is received, the Youth Volunteer Coordinator will review the application and contact the volunteer to discuss volunteering interests and provide information on any upcoming orientations.

 

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Who volunteers at the Orlando Science Center?

Upon meeting with the Manager of Volunteer Resources a list of current volunteer opportunities within the organization will be provided to applicants. The one common thread that ties every volunteer together is that each is a lifelong learner, wishing to share his or her love of science, technology, engineering, and math with every visitor.

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