Docents and Internships
Parthenon Docent Program
The mission of the Parthenon Docents is to serve as ambassadors promoting awareness of and providing education about the Parthenon.
Docents play a vital role in offering quality programming to our visitors. They are teachers, guides, givers of directions, and public relations experts. The program, which started in September 1998, is now in its third decade. Docents are asked to work four–eight hours a month at the Parthenon and commit to one year in various volunteer duties.
A new docent class begins September 24, 2016:
To obtain further information and participate in this fascinating program contact the Parthenon at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 615-862-8431.
The Parthenon Museum offers unpaid internships to advance the educational goals of students and the overall mission of the museum. Internships are offered in areas of collections care, curatorial research, development, educational programming, event planning and library. The schedule and the number of hours are developed according to the student’s class schedule.
Interested candidates should send their requests to email@example.com. An internship application is also available.