About 1,400 people, including 300 scientists and over 450 volunteers, work for the Museum in a variety of roles. Do you have the skills and enthusiasm to join us?
The Natural History Museum needs bright, talented people with diverse skills and experience to continue being a world-class scientific institution and one of the most popular visitor attractions in the UK.
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We join the nationwide Volunteers' Week celebration, 1-7 June, in saying a big thank you to all our volunteers for their wonderful support. During the week we host our annual volunteer party. The Museum has over 450 active volunteers in many diverse roles, including a small number of internships and work experience students.
If you're interested in becoming a Museum volunteer check our website for current vacancies.
We are now offering places for our 2013 V Factor volunteer sessions, helping to collate our Thomas Combers diatom collection. And see our V Factor volunteers and scientists in action in the Specimen Preparation Area on Thursdays. See corals which V Factor volunteers helped clean in 2012 on display.
The next Work experience placements for students in Year 10 up to 18 year-olds are for these periods: