Employment & Volunteering
Volunteer at your Museum
Students helping with the Historical Society's community naturalization project
More than 50 volunteers contribute over 3,500 volunteer hours annually to the Museum.
The governing body of the museum is made up of dedicated volunteers.
Not only do volunteers contribute hours of their time; they also bring knowledge, skills and fresh ideas.
Volunteers gain new valuable work skills; they meet new friends and make a significant impact in the community.
Linda Weber and Nicole and Alannah Leavitt Jean Scott and Eleanor Pydde
Halloween, 2008 Archival, 2008
Jo Moonen Pat Thorkman, Louise Reist and Linda Weber
Hosting, 2009 Creating Exhibits, 2008
- Summer staff -
Photo BELOW 2018 Summer Staff in the Museum
Tracey Leavitt (Executive Director), Taylor McCool, Corbin Schmidt, Maggie Peterson, Tori Flint, Ashly Murphy
Photo BELOW August 26, 2016 during Wooden Car Derby and Town BBQ.
Kayla Hammer, Tracey Leavitt (Executive Director), Shanna Reichert, Eleanor Pydde (Councilor), Taryn Froese, Philip Rocha
Photo BELOW July 2014 Winning Local Communities in Bloom competition - Organization Millet Museum
Heather McMullen, Karlee Tomkow, Linda Weber, Tracey Leavitt and Brynn Pydde
The summer staff projects were funded through the Canadian Museums Association
Young Canada Works in Heritage, and the Town of Millet.
Photo BELOW June 6, 2013 Kayla Shaver, Karlee Tomkow and Jana Urvold.
Photo Above August 24, 2012 Jana Urvold, Breanne Knull, MP Blaine Calkins, Curator Tracey Leavitt and Kayla Shaver
Photo Below Summer 2011 - Left to Right: Kayla Shaver, Beth Windiate, Kirsten Bles, and Kelsey Cheel
Photo Above: Left to right Sharlene Hartman, Danielle Sather, Mariah Bailer, Carly Barich. Missing Evan Price. 2010