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Grand Village of the Natchez Indians - Volunteer Period Dress Interpreter

Hosted by: Mississippi Department Of Archives And History


Ongoing Opportunity


Contact coordinator for times


Elizabeth Coleman
(601) 576-6985

About Grand Village of the Natchez Indians - Volunteer Period Dress Interpreter


This volunteer will provide visitors with information that will enrich their visit to the Grand Village of the Natchez Indians by restaging a historical event or portraying a person or a prototypical event/person. These interpretations shall educate the public about the history, people, culture of the Natchez.

Research and conduct living history interpretation in period dress
Employ storytelling, demonstration techniques, and discussion
Encourage interaction with audience

Knowledge of subject matter and experience with living history
Ability to convey knowledge in an interesting manner
Agreeable personality
Ability to relate well to people of all ages, backgrounds, and educational levels

Successfully complete training

Time Commitment:
Twenty (20) hours of volunteer service per year at GV are required to remain on the active volunteer list

The satisfaction of volunteering for the second-oldest state archives and history department in the United States
Continuing education
Documented volunteer service for work or school credit
A 15% discount at Grand Village and Historic Jefferson College gift shops
All training and training-related materials provided by GV
Volunteer appreciation activities provided by GV and MDAH

Reports to:
Grand Village Historian

Application Process

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