The Montreal Holocaust Museum encourages individuals who identify with discriminated groups to apply.
Permanent Positions (full-time & part-time)
Temporary Contract Positions
There are no temporary contract positions open at this time
Summer Student Positions
There are no summer student positions open at this time
We cannot respond to hate with hate. Jean Kutscher, survivor and testimony speaker
Becoming a volunteer guide or animator at the Museum requires a long-term commitment, as well as a training session. Please complete the following recruitment form to apply.
Volunteer guides lead guided tours of the Museum for various groups. They receive intensive training which is offered every two years.
Volunteer animators welcome school groups (grade 6 and up) to the Museum and conduct educational workshops, while transmitting adapted historical content.
If you are a Holocaust survivor and you wish to share your experience with others, you are welcome to become a survivor speaker for the Montreal Holocaust Museum.
There are many committees that support the development of programs and the democratic nature of the Museum. They include the Remembrance, Education, Museum, Human Rights (young adults), Events, Communications, Fundraising and Public Position committees.
Volunteers are at the heart of the Holocaust Museum
In addition to being trained and acquiring new skills, volunteers are invited to participate in events organised by the Museum. They can get involved in contributing to the Museum’s mission, as well as raising public awareness about the Holocaust and issues related to racism, antisemitism and genocide. The Museum relies on a diverse team of 180 volunteers.