Ramsey County Historical Society & Gibbs Farm
Job & Volunteer Opportunities
Ramsey County Historical Society
75 Fifth Street West
Landmark Center #323, Saint Paul, MN 55102
RCHS is no longer taking applications for the Contract Historian position. Thank you for your interest.
Gibbs Farm Group Volunteer Opportunities
Gibbs Farm has a variety of projects for corporate groups, scout troops, students or clubs. Group volunteer projects are active and outdoor, options may include painting, gardening and light landscaping. These projects are designed to take two hours and are usually appropriate for groups of 7-25. Week day projects are available during June-August, during May, September and October we can schedule weekend group projects. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Volunteer Tour Guides
Please note: All in-person tours are currently on hold. If you are interested in leading tours once the buildings re-open for public and private tours, please see the information below.
Ramsey County Historical Society is looking for volunteers to lead tours at two locations in Downtown St Paul. RCHS facilitates public and private tours of the Ramsey County Courthouse/City Hall and St Paul Union Depot. Tour guides receive training and materials needed to help visitors explore the history, art and architecture of these beautiful public buildings.
The ideal tour guide has a love of history and is excited to share it with a diverse audience of locals and visitors. Excellent verbal communication is a must! Experience giving tours or working with the public in an educational capacity is preferred, but not required.
Courthouse tours are Mondays at 12:15 and Union Depot tours take place every other Tuesday at 11:00. Tour guides must be available to give one or two public tours per month, and generally have availability to lead occasional private tours during the week.
Interested? Please contact Robyn Priestley at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, or send a brief email that describes your interest and relevant experience.
Youth Intern Program
Please note: Gibbs Farm will not be taking new Youth Interns for the 2021 season. If you are interested in the Youth Intern program for after the 2021 season, please contact Gibbs Farm.
Gibbs Farm’s Youth Intern Program is a summer leadership program that allows students between the ages of 12 to 18 to experience working at a historic site as they assist staff in running camps. Interns accepted into the program attend a one-day training in June. During camp, interns are costumed and are responsible for helping staff and making sure all the campers feel included and have the best experience possible!