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Planetarium Volunteers

There are currently no volunteering opportunities available at the Planetarium

Please take a look at the other volunteering opportunities we have to offer here at Birmingham Museums Trust.


Dan_495Planetarium volunteer Dan Hodgkinson addressing 60 volunteers & staff at the 2012 Birmingham Museums Volunteer Party, describing how the planetarium helped him obtain a First with his Film Studies.


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Planetarium work experience student Nikki Sharma taking a break during October half-term 2011.

"Just wanted to say thank you so much for the great opportunity, I really enjoyed working
with you guys and I learnt a lot. Can you say hi to Zee and Colin and Cath for me and tell them that I thoroughly enjoyed my experience and would love to come back in the summer. Nikki :)"


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Planetarium volunteer Rutu Joshi (here with Brian Marsh) is the National winner of the British Museum's 2011 Marsh Trust Volunteer Award.  More photos here


 
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Help awaken curiosity

"Do not try to satisfy your vanity by teaching a great many things. Awaken people's curiosity. It is enough to open minds; do not overload them. Put there just a spark. If there is some good inflammable stuff, it will catch fire" - Anatole France

 
 

Volunteer feedback:

"I would like to thank you for giving me the opportunity of work experience at Thinktank Planetarium. It was a great, hands-on experience and I enjoyed delivering the automated shows and making the subtitles. I would like to thank Mario, Colin and Zee for all their help, and I would be interested in volunteering again in the near future" - Nina Vyas, Sep 2010

 

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