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Volunteers & Interns

Current Volunteers

Leah Kaplan

Leah is a Phillips Academy parent with a background in museum education and volunteering. She works on inspecting and vacuuming textiles as part of the pest management program in addition to other collections management projects.

Susan Rosefsky
Volunteer since 2009
Susan is the wife of Phillips Academy alumni Dr. Quinn Rosefsky. Susan works on vacuuming textiles and pest inspection. She also completed image scanning projects.


Dr. Quinn Rosefky
Volunteer since 2009
Quinn is a retired Psychiatrist and Phillips Academy alumni who graduated in 1959. He works on inventorying photograph and archive collections.

Volunteer and Internship Opportunities


*No current openings*


*No current openings*

If you would like to be considered for a future project, please complete the application below along with a letter of interest and submit it to Bonnie Sousa, Registrar/Senior Collections Manager at Museum staff will follow up with you by e-mail within 2-3 weeks.

Adult volunteer opportunities are limited due to the museum’s participation in the Phillips Academy student work duty program.

Volunteer/Intern Application

Potential volunteers with a background in the following fields are encouraged to submit an application: Archaeology, Anthropology, Museum Studies, Library Science, Archives, Photography.

*Please note: All interns/volunteers must undergo full background checks and complete CORI and SORI forms prior to work at the museum.

Interested in Archaeology?

Join the Massachusetts Archaeological Society! The Northeast Chapter holds evening monthly lectures during the academic year at the Robert S. Peabody Museum of Archaeology.

Samuel Phillips Jr., the Academy’s founder, provided gunpowder from his Andover factory for Revolutionary War troops.

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