Volunteer at EUREKA!

Volunteering at EUREKA! is a great way to support hands-on learning! Recent volunteers have included teachers, architects, welders, woodworkers, scientists, writers, artists and gardeners. Everyone is welcome to apply, even middle and high school students! There are many different ways to get involved:

  • Exhibit Docent: Engage our visitors with personal interaction and enthusiasm.
  • Exhibit Maintenance: Build or repair hands-on exhibits.
  • Special Events: Assist during special events.
  • Cleaning and Upkeep: Help keep EUREKA! looking good.

To apply as a volunteer, please fill out our volunteer application and contact Briana Board at volunteers@eurekasciencemuseum.org




Monument Stewards

Join the Monument Stewards, Wednesday mornings, April through October, at the Lunch Loop Trailhead. Colorado West Land Trust and EUREKA! McConnell Science Museum direct volunteers to restore native vegetation along the Monument Trail and at the Shade Shelter Demonstration Gardens. Learn about native plants and restoration techniques, experience guest speakers and field trips, and learn about conservation and stewardship across Mesa County. We meet for two hours every Wednesday morning. For details about time and activities, email Libby Collins at Libby@cowestlandtrust.org .

Other Outdoor Volunteer Opportunities:

West Slope Outdoor Volunteers (WSOV) - WSOV is a regional stewardship collaborative that EUREKA! is part of. On their website you can find a schedule of outdoor volunteer events in the region and other resources.