Volunteer Spotlight

Volunteer of the Month: 

Jenah Mead

 Jenah is currently serving as MNHC's education intern, and we are thrilled to have her as part of the team! A student in the University of Montana wildlife biology program, Jenah is a skilled and enthusiastic naturalist, educator, organizer, and artist. Whether teaching and assisting in our miniNaturalists and Visiting Naturalist in the Schools programs, organizing donations for the fall auction, conducting outreach, or any of the other myriad little things that come up around the Montana Natural History Center, Jenah succeeds with grace, creativity, and enthusiasm. Her positive attitude, laughter, deep knowledge, and excellent work ethic make her a highly valued part of the MNHC family, and we are honored that she chooses to spend some of her busy schedule with us. 

Some of Jenah's art work will be on display in MNHC's gallery space throughout the month of April. Please join us for Jenah's First Friday gallery opening event on 

April 1st from 4:30-6:30 pm!

 

Thank you, Jenah!

 


Click HERE to read about other great volunteers and how they've gotten involved with MNHC.


          





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