Learn about volunteering with the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., will host a virtual Volunteer Fair on Feb. 23 to introduce potential new volunteers to various in-person and at-home opportunities now available. Volunteer roles are based on current CBMM needs and designed to align with individual interests and experiences.

“Our volunteers are such valued team members at CBMM,” said CBMM’s Volunteer & Education Coordinator Concetta Gibson. “Whether helping with public history, science communication, exhibitions, gardening, boatbuilding, behind-the-scenes tasks, or in any of our countless other roles, there are opportunities for adults with all kinds of expertise and interests to get involved with us. It’s great to see how much joy our volunteers get and bring to others while sharing their time and skills with the community.”

The Volunteer Fair will be held via Zoom starting at 10am and will give prospective volunteers a chance to mix and mingle with current volunteers and staff. “Anyone interested in supporting CBMM’s mission of exploring and sharing Chesapeake Bay history, culture, and environment is encouraged to visit bit.ly/CBMMvolunteerfair or email cgibson@cbmm.org to register.

PHOTO BY GEORGE SASS

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