The Bradford House Historical Association succeeds due in large part to our volunteers.
Volunteer opportunities include grounds work, special event work, Whiskey Rebellion Festival help, and much more!
In addition, we have committees made up of board members and community members. Committees include development, finance, marketing, education, and campus.
- Docent (tour guide): Interact with visitors and relate the history of David Bradford, the House and its furnishings, and the Whiskey Rebellion. Training is required; period attire will be provided.
- Special Events: Set up and take down tents, chairs, decorations, materials, etc.
- Whiskey Rebellion Festival: Staff information booths, help with set up/tear down, and other tasks.
- Demonstrator: For the festival, heritage days, and other special events, we often need those who can demonstrate a craft or skill of the late 18th Century. Period attire is encouraged but not required and can be provided.
- Museum Aide: Prepare mailers, make copies, and perform other office chores.
- Gardener: Help with the garden and grounds maintenance, with some knowledge of plants of the time period.
- Junior Volunteer (middle/high school student)
Complete and return the application to Bradford House, PO Box 537, Washington, PA 15301.
For questions, call 724-222-3604.