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Professional museum experience starts here. Join our dynamic team of volunteers and embark on a journey of discovery at our museum space!

As a volunteer, you'll delve into the intricate operations of a world class museum, gaining invaluable insights into how the general public respond and interact with collections on display. Being part of bridging the gap between the captivating stories housed within our collections and the eager minds of the general public. Through engaging with visitors, you'll hone your skills in public speaking and presentation, becoming a confident communicator with the ability to captivate audiences of all ages and backgrounds.

Join us today and unlock a world of learning, growth, and inspiration!

About Us The Melbourne Holocaust Museum (MHM), formerly known as the Jewish Holocaust Centre, is Australia’s largest institution solely dedicated to Holocaust education, research, and remembrance, fostering the values of acceptance and understanding, and preserving the testimonies of our survivors.

Established by survivors in 1984, the MHM is now a world-class museum and research centre, with an outstanding reputation. Annually our education programs are attended by over 23,000 students, we hold a wide-array of thought-provoking events, and welcome thousands of local and international visitors through our doors.

The MHM houses more than 1300 survivor testimonies, and over 12,000 historical artefacts from both the Holocaust, and immediate post-war eras.

How to Apply Complete the application here. Find out more about volunteering on our volunteer page.