The Lee-Fendall House Museum seeks volunteer docents to guide visitors through this historic Lee Family home. Volunteers will interpret the house’s history from its Revolutionary War era beginnings, through the Civil War and the modern Labor movement. We are seeking individuals who are available to volunteer a minimum of six hours each month — weekday and weekend shifts are available. Volunteering at museum events is encouraged! Training is provided.
Previous experience is not required . . . only a love of history and a desire to become involved in community service.
Sunday, December 1, 1-4p
Come for information on volunteer opportunities at Lee-Fendall House Museum.
For more information, please email the Museum Assistant or call 703-548-1789.
Interested in an internship at the Lee-Fendall House? Opportunities (typically unpaid) are regularly available in all areas of museum operations, including collections, research, interpretation, curating, architecture, and preservation. Students of Museum Studies, Public History, and History programs are welcome!
For more information, please email your resume and a letter of intent.
Living History Interpreters
Do you love to educate in a public setting? Do you love dressing up? Lee-Fendall House Museum welcomes living history interpreters who specialize in early Federal period, Civil War, or early 20th century eras of history to volunteer for public programs.
Please contact us to introduce yourselves or your group!