Become a volunteer
Be part of the Manitoba Electrical Museum & Education Centre
The Manitoba Electrical Museum & Education Centre is a non-profit organization. Since opening in December of 2001, we are dedicated to sharing the on-going story of Manitoba’s electrical development, while educating people about how electricity is produced and delivered. The Electrical Museum provides tours and programs to a wide variety of visitors, including international travelers, community organizations and school groups.
Help tell the story of electricity in Manitoba
Volunteering is a rewarding way to give back, share your talents, meet new people, and share information with others. Help keep the Electrical Museum operating for future generations to enjoy.
Volunteers contribute to every aspect of activity at the Electrical Museum, and strive to create an enjoyable learning experience for visitors.
At the Electrical Museum visitors of all ages can:
- travel through the pre-electric days;
- find out about the first uses of electricity in our province;
- peek into a 1940s kitchen;
- learn how generating stations are built in Manitoba;
- get a glimpse into present and future electrical development.
- Tour guide or gallery attendant
Share your knowledge! Take guests on a fun, informative journey through the interactive exhibits, showcasing Manitoba’s electrical history since the late 1800s.
Enjoy doing experiments or being in front of a crowd? Help groups learn the properties of electricity through engaging demonstrations.
- Restoration & archiving
Put your skills to use in our shops. Restore antique equipment and catalogue historical photographs used in museum exhibits.
- Administrative support
Assist with the management and administrative tasks involved with operating the Manitoba Electrical Museum and Education Centre.
- Marketing/event planning
Help promote the Museum and Education Centre, and inform people about the many special events that take place at the facility year round.
Prior experience in these fields is appreciated but not required. Training is available.
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