Become a Member of the AMI Historical Society
$20 Single $30 Family $100 NARM*
All members receive a 15% gift shop discount and the AMIHS email newsletter.
Thank you for supporting us! Membership fees help pay the costs to keep our documents, photographs, and objects preserved for future generations.
*The North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association is one of the largest reciprocal membership programs in the world! NARM has over 700 art museums, historical museums, botanical gardens, children's museums, and science/technology centers, most of which NARM members can visit FREE along with reciprocal benefits. Find out more at NARMAssociation.org.
Become a Docent for the AMIHS Museum
The museum is entirely volunteer run. We love our docents and volunteers, and we greatly appreciate their hardwork. Our dedicated docents, volunteers, and board members keep the museum open and free to the public.
Our docents are responsible for leading tours of the museum and Belle Haven. Volunteers may sign up for special events such as the AMI Heritage Day festival, the Settlers Bread sales, and other seasonal activities. If you are interested in becoming a docent or a volunteer, email the Historical Society at AMIHS4315@gmail.com.
Become a Student Intern
The AMI Historical Society accepts high school, undergraduate and graduate level interns. Internships are available in collections management, archives, and marketing. Interns will be responsible for duties such as cataloging incoming donations, digitizing archival records, developing ideas and content for temporary exhibits, and designing and drafting newsletters for our members. Internship applications are accepted on a rolling basis for summer, fall, winter, and spring trimesters or semesters. All internships are unpaid, but can be offered for course credit. If you are interested in applying for an internship, email Historical Society president Lynn Brennan at AMIHS4315@gmail.com.
Interns from New College have done a wonderful job cataloging our collections and digitizing our archives. See their hard work on eHive: https://ehive.com/account/5026