Join the Team!
Do you have an interest in museum work, local history, policing or forensics? The Vancouver Police Museum & Archives is a place where you can grow and share your passion with a team of dedicated volunteers and staff members.
Learn about collection management by working with thousands of unique artefacts or help develop and run education and public programs for guests of all ages. There are many ways to get involved, check out the different roles available below!
Each year we work with a talented group of interns and volunteers who contribute to the museum's success. We are always on the lookout for eager recruits who share our passion for history, education and public programming!
- Diane Panozzo, Museum Director
Help preserve and maintain the VPM's collection of historical artefacts, in addition to researching and designing exhibits that inform, educate and captivate visitors. A great opportunity for those interested in museum curation, history and research.
Share stories of historical significance with museum visitors during educational programs or help develop new programs to intrigue and engage learners of all ages. A great opportunity for those interested in history, performance and education.
Public Programs Assistant
Help develop and promote public programs such as our popular Movies in the Morgue, Night Court, Ghost Tours or our annual Speaker Series. A great opportunity for those interested in marketing, design and public outreach.
Welcome guests to the museum, manage admission sales and perform administrative tasks. An excellent opportunity for those interested in hospitality, management and office administration.
If you're interested in volunteering at the Vancouver Police Museum & Archives,
email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include your
area of interest out of the above options: Curatorial, Education, Public Programming and Guest Services.