The Union Station’s active volunteers provide a visitor-friendly learning experience in a welcoming and educational environment. As a small museum with limited staff, our knowledgeable volunteers serve as the face of our organization and our greatest connection to the community. Volunteers are essential partners in the operation of historic Ogden Union Station as an educational and cultural resource.
Once an active train station, Union Station is now home to event spaces, two art galleries, and four museums: the Utah State Railroad Museum, John M. Browning Firearms Museum, Browning-Kimball Classic Car Museum, and Utah State Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.
- Utah State Railroad Museum Docent
- John M. Browning Firearm’s Museum Docent
- Browning-Kimball Classic Car Museum Docent
- Utah State Cowboy and Western Heritage Docent
- Cashier in Ticket Window
- Archival/Library Volunteer (3.5 hour shifts)
- Translating museum tours (must be fluent in second language)
- Building and exhibit maintenance
Training and Commitment
The museums are open from 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Volunteer shifts are 3.5 hours each (10am-1:30pm/1:30pm-5pm), and other volunteer positions are more flexible.
Volunteers report to our Volunteer Coordinator will be trained for essential positions as an integral part of our team.
If you have questions about volunteering with Union Station, please contact Tracy Ehrig, firstname.lastname@example.org