Heritage Association Volunteers

School Marm TalkingVolunteers are our ambassadors and a key component to the success of our programming at the Frisco Heritage Center and Museum.

Our volunteers tell us they have gotten to know their own community better through volunteering, and that they enjoy making new friends and sharing Frisco’s history with guests from around the world. Because they are special, Heritage Association volunteers receive invitations to museum educational programs, special tours, exhibit openings, a gift shop discount, and an annual volunteer appreciation event.

Volunteer Opportunities

Linda Sutton Holds 100 Red BalloonsHeritage Association volunteers are trained and serve in the following capacities:

  • Museum floor greeter
  • School tour leader
  • Third Sunday Open House docent
  • Third Sunday craft & game coordinator
  • Office assistant
  • Special project leader
  • Shawnee Trail Cowboy Day volunteer

Volunteer Q & A

Your time and energy is valuable. Sharing it with us is a decision we hope you will make. We know you have questions, so let us try to answer some of them for you and make your decision easier.

Who Can Be a Volunteer?

The Heritage Association’s volunteer program is open to men and women eighteen years of age or older. Teens age 13-17 have the opportunity to participate as volunteers in special events and projects as appropriate. Younger volunteers must have adult supervision. We do ask that you become a member of the association prior to becoming a volunteer.

What Are the Qualifications?

HayrideNo previous experience is required, and there are no qualifications. However, some positions require certain skills and stamina. For example, docents for our Third Sunday Open House event must be able to manage small groups of varying ages, speak loudly enough for visitors to hear, and be physically fit enough to lead tours through the historic structure he/she is assigned to.

What is Expected of Me?

Remember at all times you are an ambassador for the City of Frisco, the Frisco Heritage Center & Museum, and the Frisco Heritage Association.

  • Dress appropriately
  • Check in on time
  • Be friendly, patient and helpful
  • Record your hours

Will I Receive Training?

AngelaOnce the Heritage Association accepts you as a volunteer, you will be trained for all jobs you are interested in doing. We will make every effort to accommodate your requests, and job requirements will be discussed with you before you are assigned a position. Docents attend an orientation and are given scripts to acquaint them with a variety of tours.

Are There Jobs That Don’t Require Standing/Walking?

Yes! Third Sunday craft and game volunteers often sit at a table and assist children with coloring, gluing, playing Bingo, etc.

How Do I Apply?

All volunteers are required to register with the City of Frisco. Here are the steps:

  • Follow this link
  • Follow instructions to fill out an application and complete the required criminal background check.
  • Select FRISCO HERITAGE MUSEUM as the Department you wish to volunteer for.

To make certain the Heritage Association receives your information in a timely manner, we would like you to complete a brief application form for us. You may fill it out online and submit it to us via email or download the form, complete it and mail it to:

Volunteer Coordinator
Heritage Association of Frisco
PO Box 263
Frisco, TX 75034


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Able to work with guests of all ages.