SBMA Volunteer Application
Thank you for your interest in volunteering for the South Bend Museum of Art! We couldn't do what we do without you!

Make a difference to your community, to the arts, and to yourself. Get involved in the ongoing excitement and growth of the SBMA.

Why Volunteer?
It is a way to give back to your community.
If you're new to the area it is a great way to meet people.
You can learn new skills and gain work experience.
It's a great way to connect to the local art community.
It's also a great way to assess the career environment. Is it for you?
We have great projects for you to share your skills and talents
And of course, to have fun!

Volunteers perform a broad range of functions in a variety of departments across the Museum. From greeting and assisting visitors at public programs and events, assisting in graphic design and educational projects, to database maintenance and/or assistance in clerical/administrative work, volunteers work along-side and in support of staff to further the mission of offering art to everyone.

Each volunteer opportunity is different – with its own unique set of responsibilities and therefore requiring its own unique mix of relevant skills and experience. Many volunteer opportunities do not require an art background; and each department will provide job-specific training to the selected volunteer.

Please complete the following Volunteer Application, and an SBMA staff member will reach out to you with current volunteer opportunities.

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