Volunteer

Partner with a dynamic team to preserve Redmond's unique history.

The Redmond Historical Society is actively collecting, preserving and displaying artifacts from Redmond's history.

 

To further the appreciation of this heritage we are developing outreach programs and connections with other groups within the community as well as encouraging volunteers to participate in these activities.

 

Current activities include an information booth at the Redmond Saturday Market, and a monthly Speakers Series on the second Saturday of each month at the Old Redmond School House.

Currently seeking:
 
  • Newsletter Editor
    Do you love history? Do you like to do research? Does it bother you when there's a typo or a misplaced comma? The Redmond Historical Society is looking for someone to take on the role of Editor of The Redmond Recorder, the Society's newsletter. It is the primary means of communicating with our membership and the community. This is a 12-page newsletter (8.5” h x5.5” w) published 10 times per year (no newsletter in July and December).

 
  • Saturday Speaker Series Program Committee
    The Redmond Historical Society Program Committee researches topics, selects speakers, develops marketing materials, and produces the virtual Saturday Speaker Series. We’re looking for someone to help us develop an all-star roster of topics and speakers for the Fall 2021-Winter/Spring 2022 season.

    • Time commitment is 10-15 hours per month in the planning phase (March-April) and 5-10 hours per month during the new series launch phase in the fall (Sept-Nov), winter (Feb), and spring (March-April).

    • Contact newsletter@redmondhistoricalsociety.org for more info.

       

If interested in other opportunities please contact our Volunteer Coordinator through the form below or by emailing volunteercoordinator@redmondhistoricalsociety.org
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16600 NE 80TH ST, STE 122,
REDMOND, WA 98052

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