Look to Casa San Ysidro for an Enriching, Flexible Volunteer Experience

Those with a passion for sharing the unique history and culture of local communities and those looking for a flexible volunteer schedule will want to take advantage of Casa San Ysidro's docent training later this month.

Inside the adobe walls at Casa San Ysidro are furnishings, tools and art used when New Mexicans lived on a remote frontier. It is now considered one of the world's most comprehensive collections of New Mexican art and furnishings.

People will love volunteering at Casa San Ysidro because:

Helping at Casa is meaningful: Each month, volunteers help more than 400 APS students explore how ordinary New Mexicans accomplish extraordinary things.

It's also flexible: Casa docents support public tours and large public events throughout the year according to their schedule.

Casa is an enriching environment: regular docent-exclusive enrichment activities are offered with invited speakers and tours to important New Mexican places.

Docent Training (all three sessions required)

Monday, Jan. 23
9am-1:30pm
Albuquerque Museum
2000 Mountain NW

Friday, Jan. 27 and Monday, Jan.30
9am-noon
The Old Church
966 Old Church Road in Corrales

Contact Emily Stovel, site manager of Casa San Ysidro, at 897-8828 or estovel@cabq.gov to register.