Projects & Opportunities


Fill out the contact form at the bottom of this page if you are interested in participating in one of our unique opportunities listed below!

Study Our Photo Collection of Chiricahua Apache 

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The museum houses the most comprehensive collection of photographs currently available on Geronimo’s people, the Chiricahua Apache.  Donated in the 1980’s, the collection includes approximately 900 photographs cross referenced with names of individuals and notations on sites.   Private researchers, including doctoral students and authors have studied the collection as well as writers from National Geographic magazine, Smithsonian, and National Public Television.  You can use the form at the bottom of the page to make arrangements on access to the collection.

Participate in a School Project

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Partner with the museum to design or showcase a Native American research project.  We can work with you to create a project for your students or design a talk around an area of current study.

 

Volunteer With Us!

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Looking for a way to share free time?  The museum archives include hundreds of  stone artifacts that need to be sorted and labeled, plants to attend, and we're always building something!   

Contact Us Today!

Fill out the form below to contact us about our current opportunities!  Choose an option from the drop-down menu and add details to your inquiry.  We will get back to you soon!