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VolunteersThe Eastside Heritage Center is a private, nonprofit organization with a stated mission to steward Eastside history by actively collecting, preserving, and interpreting documents and artifacts and by promoting public involvement in and appreciation of this heritage through educational programming and community outreach.

Community participation has always been and continues to be essential to the success of the mission of the Eastside Heritage Center. The people of our community have much to offer in the way of historical information, special skills and willingness to commit to our mission. A contribution of a few hours a month of a person’s time has tremendous value. The following information describes just a few of the ways in which a donation of your time can help foster the success of the Eastside Heritage Center, so that the history you have created and cherished will continue to offer meaning to those who follow.

Please contact the Marketing & Community Manager, Lexi Roberts, at (425) 450-1049 to discuss the opportunities in which you are interested, or email: lexi@eastsideheritagecenter.org.

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Public Events Intern - The Eastside Heritage Center (EHC) in Bellevue seeks a Public Events Intern to assist with the planning and implementation of special events, in particular the annual Strawberry Festival.  Candidates will gain fundamental skills and knowledge of working in Event Planning for a non-profit organization. *Click here for full job description and application information.

Communications Intern - The Eastside Heritage Center (EHC) in Bellevue seeks a Communications Intern to assist with a range of communications projects. Candidates will gain fundamental skills and knowledge of working in Communications for a non-profit organization. *Click here for full job description and application information.

Oral History Intern - Eastside Heritage Center (EHC) in Bellevue seeks one to two Oral History Interns to transcribe, index, digitize and catalog existing oral histories in EHC’s collection. Candidates will gain fundamental skills and knowledge of working in a Collections department for a small heritage organization. *Click here for full job description and application information.

Collections Assistant - Assist with receiving and processing artifacts, photos and ephemera. Work times and locations variable.

Exhibit/Display Assistant - Research, assist in photo selection, caption writing and assembly of various displays and exhibits. Work times and locations are variable.

Educational Assistant - Assist with the development of educational kits and programs for public events, schools, and a variety of associated activities. Work time is variable. Most activities occur at the McDowell House or at program locations.

Data Entry Assistant - Enter collection and/or membership data into PastPerfect museum software, and other software as needed. Work time is variable. Most work is done at the McDowell House.

Administrative Assistant - Miscellaneous tasks associated with mailings, record-keeping and general office work, usually at the McDowell house, as needed.

Marketing and Communications Assistant - Draft announcements of programs or organizational news, seek places to post or publish announcements, assist with distribution of information.

Special Events - Assist with various activities related to special EHC programs and events, including the annual Strawberry Festival in June.

 

 

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