Archives & Local History

Archives and Local History - Outreach Educator

Outreach Educator Volunteers are public-facing volunteers who interact with and educate community members on local history-related topics. This position involves public speaking at various outreach events and venues. 

Training is provided. 

Must be able to travel within Douglas County and work independently.

Once you register a Volunteer Services Coordinator will contact you shortly via phone or email to discuss this opportunity further.

Archives & Local History serves its community by collecting, preserving and providing access to the ongoing history of Douglas County, Colorado. We depend on our volunteers to help make us successful, so we are very grateful for your time.

Cancellation Policy: Please let us know right away if you need to cancel due to an emergency or illness. Due to the difficulty of securing last-minute volunteer help, Douglas County Libraries normally requests a minimum of 4 days notice if you are unable to attend. 



Qualifications Required

  • What is your age range? Must be at least 18 years or older

Schedule Summary

This activity generally occurs on

  • Monday - All Day
  • Tuesday - All Day
  • Wednesday - All Day
  • Thursday - All Day
  • Friday - All Day
  • Saturday - All Day
  • Sunday - All Day


Welcome to Archives & Local History, located at our Castle Rock branch:

100 S. Wilcox St.
Castle Rock, CO 80104

DCL's Archives and Local History Department serves Douglas County, Colorado by collecting, preserving, and providing the greater community with access to its ongoing history.

Volunteer opportunities include: transcribing oral history, conducting oral history interviews, indexing old photography, and more.