Volunteer Opportunities 

Become a vital part of the Two Rivers team! 

Meet new and interesting friends, contribute to your community and become a vital part of Two Rivers Gallery!
The dedication and enthusiasm of our Gallery volunteers is greatly valued. Working in collaboration with staff, Two Rivers Gallery volunteers support gallery programs and services, delivering a wonderful experience for all of our visitors.

How to Apply

The minimum age for volunteering at Two Rivers Gallery is 14.
All volunteers are required to undergo a police security check.
Once volunteers have completed 10 hours of service in a year, they are entitled to receive a complimentary individual membership.

CLICK HERE to contact Aisha or call 250-614-7800 for more information. 

Volunteer Positions

Applicants, like our existing volunteers, should possess an appreciation for art, a flexible attitude, basic computer skills (including email) and an understanding that reliability is key to success in any role. Explore the positions below to find out how you can contribute to the Gallery as a volunteer.

Learning & Engagement Volunteers

Join a fantastic team to deliver informative hands-on exhibition tours, and aid in art explorations.

We meet for training every Thursday morning from 10:30am-12pm, and ask that our learning and engagement volunteers commit to an additional 6 hours throughout the month. 

MakerLab Mentors

MakerLab is a collaborative community that celebrates creativity, innovation, and experimentation. Mentors assist, support and encourage MakerLab members as they learn new skills and complete their projects.

MakerLab occurs every Thursday evening from 5pm-9pm, and we ask that our MakerLab mentors commit to 4 hours throughout the month.  

Education

The Gallery offers many registered children’s classes, creativity camps and drop in family programs.  Education volunteers work with the programming staff to support these classes and camps.

 Tasks may include: 

  • Prepping supplies
  • Helping students/families
  • Cleaning up
  • Helping programming staff as needed
Special Events

Special event volunteers help at various Gallery events throughout the year. These range from exhibition openings, fundraising events, and our annual KidzArt Dayz family festival. 

Tasks may include: 

  • Greeting visitors
  • Supporting activity stations
  • Conducting visitor surveys
  • Checking tickets and managing line-ups
Marketing

There is so much happening at the Gallery and we can always use help spreading information to the Prince George community. Volunteer tasks vary based on different marketing initiatives. 

Tasks may include:

  • Poster or brochure distribution
  • Helping to activate Active Living Market booths
  • Stuffing envelopes for mail outs 
Administration

Administration volunteers support the Gallery staff with miscellaneous administrative needs. 

Tasks may include: 

  • Data entry
  • Organizing the gallery library
  • Filing and other tasks as necessary
Shop

Our gift shop features local artists from across the region of Fraser Fort George. Shop volunteers help to man the gift shop and keep it tidy, and aid in inventory counts twice per year. 

Tasks may include: 

  • Greeting visitors and making sales using the POS system
  • Counting inventory
  • Creating, dusting, and tidying shop displays 
  • Promoting events and artist’ work