Seal Cove Auto Museum, Antique Autos and Motorcycles from the Brass Era, Mount Desert Island, Maine
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The Seal Cove Auto Museum is always looking for new members to volunteer at the Museum, with a variety of positions available to those interested. If you have time daily, weekly, monthly, or on occasion that you would like to donate to the museum, please let us know. Below are opportunities that are available at the Museum.

Auto Ambassadors (Gallery Hosts)
Volunteers in this position walk through the museum and speak with visitors. A Gallery Host does not need to know technical facts about the automobiles. However, many Gallery Hosts learn a great deal about these beautiful cars while they are on the floor. A Gallery Host must have a pleasant personality and enjoy speaking with people.

Tuesday Tinkerers (Automobile Maintenance)
Under the direction of the Museum’s mechanic, the “Tuesday Tinkerers” work on the mechanical restoration of the Museum’s automobiles. Volunteers are also needed to dust the exhibit cars and keep air in the tires. Maintenance of the automobiles is a very important part of the museum’s quality and appearance.

Programs and Events
Lectures, Car Club Visits, Demonstration Days, and Kids’ Day are all examples of times when volunteers can help the museum in so many different ways. Help setting up and taking down, help meeting and greeting, help parking cars, help baking, pouring drinks, and serving treats – the social side of the Museum.

Research and Archives
The Seal Cove Auto Museum receives requests from many people who want information about the museum, and, of course, the automobiles. The Museum is in the beginning stages of growing its archives. Research is also conducted for its many changing exhibits.