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F.U.N. Volunteers at Fernbank Museum
Fernbank Museum of Natural History, in the historic Druid Hills area of Atlanta, is home to a world of dinosaurs, artifacts, science, interactive exhibits, shells, wildlife, IMAX® films, and more.
A visit to this extraordinary museum is guaranteed to be a memorable one, especially with the help of the F.U.N. volunteers.
Fernbank Ultimate Naturalist volunteers are students, ages 11-17 with a desire to learn about natural history and share their knowledge and enthusiasm for science and nature by helping visitors to Fernbank have fun with the exhibitions there
At the museum, F.U.N. volunteers work primarily on the Discovery carts which feature dinosaurs and fossils, other carts feature shells and mollusks. They also have the opportunity to be trained to assist in temporary special exhibitions, either on a specially designed cart or in an activity area inside the exhibition.
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