Colin Armstrong – Volunteering at the Discovery Museum

Colin has been volunteering with us at Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums for over 2 years now. He first joined volunteering as part of the Culture Track Project and has since progressed into volunteering across the museums, helping with everything from Family Fun Activities to The Late Shows.

Colin Armstrong volunteering at The Late Shows, Discovery Museum

Colin has been a fantastic volunteer; friendly, committed, keen to get involved and to try new volunteer roles out. He was even commended at the North East Volunteers Awards for his commitment to his skills development!

Colin Armstrong receiving his award at the North East Volunteers Awards ‘Commitment to Skills Development’.

As part of his volunteer training he participated in digital media skills training and produced a short case study about his volunteering experience so far. So follow this link to watch Colin’s film and to hear more from Colin himself…

And a huge thank you to Colin for all of the time, energy and enthusiasm that he has given us at Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums!!

Colin Armstrong’s Culture Track Case Study

2 Responses to Colin Armstrong – Volunteering at the Discovery Museum

  1. Paul Casson says:

    Hi Lauren

    I totally agree with you. Colin is a very commited volunteer. Who has volunteered for TWAM and a lot of it’s events :)

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