The Volunteer Service

This year two volunteer Primary School Education Guides stepped down after an incredible fifty-one years of combined service at the Pitt Rivers 

Nearly fifty volunteers who identify as LGBTQ+ or as allies have been researching and writing a new cross-collections trail to highlight LGBTQ+ experiences

The Oxford University Museums and Collections are proud of their role in "promoting a tolerant and diverse society"...

What's it like explaining how worms age to visitors at one of our Super Science Saturday events?

'Touch Tour' volunteer Holly was recently interviewed on BBC Radio Oxford about her role helping to welcome blind and partially sighted visitors. 

... a chance for volunteers to practise science communication skills alongside staff from the museum, university departments, and other organisations

Pitt Rivers volunteer guides have highlighted the truly international nature of WWI using wartime objects in the collection.

We've moved! Information about the Volunteer Service and how you can get involved can now be found here.

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