Volunteer Opportunities at Marble Springs State Historic Site


We welcome new volunteers! We are always looking for assistance with field trips, daily tours, office assistance, and help with our trails and gardens. NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! No help is too small!


Volunteer Job Opportunities: 


Historic Site Assistance: 

  • Guide tours through historic structures 

  • Assist with large school tours

  • Serve as support staff at large events

  • Historical Interpretation of Buildings

  • Custodial Services Assistance 

  • Traffic and Parking Assistance

  • Set-up for Large Events 

  • Tear-Down after Large Events 

General Projects: 

  • Veterinary Services 

  • Mechanic Services 


Building Projects: 

  • Organize Outbuildings 

  • Build Interpretive items 

  • Wood Working Items 

  • Site Maintenance

Park Projects: 

  • Mow, Weed Eat 

  • Tree Removal 

  • Electrical Work 

  • Plant Native gardens 

  • Weed Gardens 

  • Fence Installation 

  • General Clean-Up 

  • Clear Trails and Brush 

  • Tending Herb Garden 


Administrative Projects: 

  • Assist in Preparations for Mass Mailings

  • Maintaining press clippings file 

  • Assisting the publicity chairman 

  • Scouting out donations and sponsors 

  • Inventory 

  • Library set up 

  • Maintaining a phone tree

  • Trading Post Sales 

  • Sewing

  • Research 

  • Museum Maintenance and Display 

The Volunteer Opportunities available at Marble Springs are not limitied to the above listed suggestions. 


For more information about volunteering at Marble Spring please email info@marblesprings.net or call (865) 573-5508

Marble Springs State Historic Site is funded under an agreement with the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Tennessee Historical Commission.

Marble Springs State Historic Site is also generously supported by Knox County and the Arts and Heritage Fund with supplemental funds  provided by the Governor John Sevier Memorial Association.

Funding has been provided by Humanities Tennessee and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act economic stabilization plan

of 2020.


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