The Northern York Historical and Preservation Society relies on the talents and contributions of its volunteers to acheive it’s mission. Many important opportunity exist that allow volunteers to contribute to preserving our heritage in meaningful ways by using a myriad of skills and abilities. If you have availability and passion for history, there is a place at NYCHAPS for you.
Current Volunteer Needs
Did you know NYCHAPS houses a collections and research floor in The Mapleshade Barn? We are looking for a dedicated volunteer to assist with preservation and fulling our mission through cataloging, transcription and maintaining collections as well as helping the community to connect with these resources. Contact email@example.com to help in this capacity.
Do you love working with kids? NYCHAPS is currently seeking volunteers to assist with our childrens and youth programming. In this capacity you will help kids and teens engage with history through hands-on learning experiences at events or through our school programs. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. PA Child clearances are required.
We are well on our way to realizing the dream of opening the doors to the Eichelberger Distillery. This endeavor will require a team of dedicated volunteers who are passionate about educating visitors about Whiskey and the role it played both in Dillsburg and in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Our goal is to gather and train this team of individuals in 2022. If you have an interest in supporting the distillery through volunteering to educate the public, please contact email@example.com for more information and dates for forthcoming information sessions.
The Northern York County Historical and Preservation Society (NYCHAPS) strives to inspire by connecting the lessons of the past to the challenges of today. Through hands-on experience, the past culture of the area is brought to life in a deeper and richer educational experience. Through preservation, research, and our collections, NYCHAPS seeks to inspire a different way of learning history.