The Frost Art Museum is currently seeking volunteers interested in art education for its museum docent program and volunteers in all areas of The Museum. Volunteers are the heart and soul of The Frost Art Museum ; they enable The Museum to engage our diverse visitors in exciting and enriching programs, creating memorable learning experiences.
Volunteers should enjoy interacting with the public but if you prefer to work behind the scenes - we have many other opportunities for you. Your commitment ranges from six months to two years. It's up to you!
Training will take place once a week on Mondays, from 10 am to 12 pm for individuals interested in becoming docents or gallery instructors
Come find out if volunteering at The Frost Art Museum is for you. This is a great opportunity for personal and professional growth.
1. Docent Volunteer Application
2. FIU form A
3. FIU form B
4. FIU form C
Time Log Sheet
Benefits of becoming a docent:
Invitation to all lectures and film series
Special topic docent workshops
Academic training by University faculty
Eligibility to audit University Art History courses ( Docents only, one class per semester, upon availability)
Interaction with a diverse public including artists, special guests, and speakers
Recognition event and award ceremony
Participation in all museum events
Use of The Dahlia Morgan Members Lounge and Library
Use of FIU Library for Non Students
Guest passes to local and international art events
Free catalogs of current exhibitions
Electronic access to training materials
Click here to see what we have done with our Docents in the past!