|Volunteer at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center|
Volunteering at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC) owned by the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico offers educational programming and exhibitions tracing the cultural heritage, history, and contemporary expressions of the Pueblo people of New Mexico. A unique institution, IPCC devotes itself to advancing understanding of Pueblo cultures, traditions, and people.
To achieve its goals and objectives the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center needs a dedicated, industrious volunteer group. No experience is needed and all training is provided. Current Volunteer roles include:
Greeter: Welcomes visitors and gives an overview and an introduction to the museum.
Emma Lee Clarke, Cultural Arts and Education Specialist