Volunteering & JobsWork Day Volunteers
The Button Farm Living History Center has numerous volunteer opportunities for individuals and groups ranging from light grounds work, plantation era chores, carpentry and renovation work. Special Eagle Scout project can also be arranged. Click here for more info!
Volunteer Interpreters, Docents and Tour Guides
The Button Farm Living History Center is currently recruiting docents, tour guides and living history interpreter trainees to help operate our site, give tours to visitors and present third-person personas of 19th century people. Click here for more info!
The Button Farm Living History Center is looking for traditional artisans and living history interpreters knowledgeable in mid-19th century skills and folkways. Qualified individuals will work with the public by presenting demonstrations and instructional courses in their skill. We also have paid positions for those who complete our volunteer Interpreter training programs. Click here for more info!
Special Volunteer Projects
The Button Farm Living History Center hosts special projects and internships with high school and college students and adults and retirees. We have positions for administrative work, archives and library, research, marketing and public outreach. We also host Eagle Scout projects as well as other Boy and Girl Scout projects. Click here for more info!