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Volunteer at the Alamo!

Volunteers2 Our volunteers are often the face of the Alamo, interacting with millions of visitors annually. When visitors come to the Alamo, they are treated as a guest entering our home, with our famous Texas hospitality.

The primary purpose for the Alamo's volunteer program is to provide a meaningful experience for all visitors through personal interaction and a high degree of customer service. Alamo docents and living historians share the 300 year history of the Alamo with visitors, while providing a presence inside the historic buildings and grounds.

Our volunteers have the opportunity to help departments including Visitor Services, Living History and Education. Each of these departments play a key role in what makes The Alamo Experience!

 

MEET OUR VOLUNTEERS

Patrick Naughton


BECOME A VOLUNTEER!

Volunteers1We are looking for dedicated individuals to help us provide a meaningful, personal experience for our visitors. Volunteer Docents and Living Historians play a pivotal role in the Alamo’s mission: to share the vibrant 300 year history of the site at the very place where it happened — the Alamo Church and surrounding grounds.

 

Some benefits of volunteering include:


In order to become an Alamo volunteer, you will need to:

 

If you are interested in volunteering with us and would like more information on how you can be a part of the Alamo team, please contact our Volunteer Program Coordinator at (210) 225–1391 ext 179 or volunteer@thealamo.org

 


CURRENT VOLUNTEERS

 

Volunteer Information Center