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Volunteers

Volunteers make the work of the museum possible. It is the expertise, time, experience and talent of our volunteers that help create exhibits and staff programs for our visitors. Join us! Please complete the Volunteer Information Form to help us match your skills and interests with the work of the museum.
Shown left to right: Daryl K. Heasley, Volunteer Curator; Robert L. Storch, 2009 Pasto Agricultural Museum Volunteer Recognition Award recipient; Dean Bruce A. McPheron

2009 Volunteer Recognition Award

Darwin Braund, John Baylor, Dean Robert Steele, and Steve Spencer.

2007 Volunteer Recognition Award

Left to Right: Ronald Johnson, Robert Steele, Glenn Carter, and Darwin Braund

2006 Volunteer Recognition Award

Left to Right: Ronald Johnson, Thomas King, Robert Steele and Darwin Braund

2005 Volunteer Recognition Award

Left to Right: Dr. Paul Wangness, Les Firth, Dr. Donald M. Crider. Jean Crider, Darwin Braund

2004 Volunteer Recognition Award

Left to Right: Darwin Braund, John Ziegler, Robert Steele, Leslie Firth

2003 Volunteer Recognition Award

Left to Right: Glenn Carter, Robert Cowan, Lois Cowan, Darwin Braund

2001 Volunteer Recognition Award

Volunteers make the work of the museum possible. It is the expertise, time, experience and talent of our volunteers that help create exhibits and staff programs for our visitors. Join us! Please complete this Volunteer Information Form to help us match your skills and interests with the work of the museum. Applications are reviewed regularly and training is provided on an on-going basis.

The Penn State Pasto Agricultural Museum prides itself on providing, maintaining and acquiring quality exhibits as an educational adjunct of The College of Agricultural Sciences. The primary purpose of this code of conduct is to provide quality volunteers and to ensure the safety and well-being of all visitors and to promote and maintain liaisons with a variety of potential contributors while maintaining the goals and objectives of the Museum and ensuring University policies and procedures are followed. The opportunity to volunteer with the Penn State Pasto Agricultural Museum is a privileged position of trust that should be held only by those who are willing to demonstrate behaviors that fulfill this trust. For these reasons the following behavior guidelines are provided for volunteers.

Working Committees get the work of the museum accomplished. The following is an ever-changing list of working committees associated with the Pasto Agricultural Museum.