Neighbors helping neighbors: Juneau-Douglas City Museum

Posted: Friday, May 19, 2006

Director/volunteer coordinator: Jane Lindsey, volunteer coordinator

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Contact number: 586-3572,

Web site:

Organization description: The Juneau-Douglas City Museum is a local history museum operated through the Parks & Recreation Department of the city of Juneau. It has mining, Native and local history exhibits. Over 2,300 people visit annually. The museum's areas of involvement include: arts and culture, counseling and support groups, cross-cultural services, disabilities and independent living, drugs and alcohol, education, emergency assistance and crisis intervention, employment, environment and wildlife, health and human services, housing and homelessness, human rights, information and referral services, legal assistance, parents and families, pets and animals, recreation and sports, safety, seniors, women and youth.

Years of service: 30

Volunteer positions available: A regular volunteer receptionist is needed for three or more hours a week. A flexible volunteer collections assistance is needed for three or more hours a week. On-site training required for both positions. Must be of high-school age.

Background check/prerequisites: Required.

• Neighbors Helping Neighbors is a weekly feature on the Neighbors page and is in collaboration with the United Way of Southeast Alaska. More volunteer opportunities can be found at To offer volunteer opportunities for your nonprofit organization, call 463-5530.

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