Treehouse Museum loves enthusiastic volunteers who can assist with programs and special events, and can work as exhibit hosts. Treehouse can provide real-world, confidence-building experiences, and opportunities to acquire valuable job skills.

At Treehouse, we have several categories of volunteers.


Friend Volunteers

Adult volunteers who can commit to a regular schedule of volunteering can really make a difference to Treehouse’s school and public programs. Scheduled training sessions are required. Tasks include exhibit supply preparation, cleaning, and special projects for the first 20 hours of service and then helping with tours and theater programs.


Download Our Volunteer Application



Tree Teen Volunteers have the opportunity to meet new people, learn job skills, and make a difference at the Museum as they serve families and schools. TreeTeens and are trained to help with ParticiPlays® in the Simmons Storybook Theater, assist with activities in the Art Garden, present Exhibit Spotlights, lead games and activities in the exhibit galleries, and prepare materials for exhibits or use in the Art Garden. Youth ages 11 and up can serve as TreeTeens and Event Volunteers at special Treehouse celebrations, including the Enchanted Woods in October. Those wishing to participate as Event Volunteers must audition and commit to rehearsals and a certain number of hours.


In general TreeTeens Volunteers must be age 11-19, must commit to serve four hours per month, and must attend scheduled training sessions. Applications are accepted at any time. All TreeTeens must complete a volunteer application and have an interview with our Volunteer Mentor before being accepted.

The TreeTeens program is supported by:


Please contact our Volunteer Mentor, Gina, for more information about being a volunteer at Treehouse in the future. You can call her at 801-394-9663 ext. 106, or send her an email at

Thank You to Our Major Donors