Volunteers can make an important contribution to the work of the
History Centre. Opportunities range from helping to preserve the
collections to supporting the education work.
Volunteering can help you to develop your skills and provide
work experience as a route into employment, further studies or to
enhance personal development. Some of our previous volunteers have
gone on to further education or into paid employment, as our
Studies page demonstrates.
Volunteering can be a way to make new friends and use your
existing skills productively. Retired professionals are welcome as
Volunteering at the Hull History Centre is an opportunity to
participate behind the scenes in one of the country’s most exciting
heritage and research resource centres. Details of current
opportunities we have identified are available but please do
contact us if you wish
to get involved.
A project to make publicly available Hull’s Second World War
records, using the time and talents of 80 volunteers, has won
Hull History Centre the prestigious national Archive Volunteering
Award of 2013.