Looking for a fun, inspiring place to work or volunteer? We’re looking for you! Arizona Science Center is an exciting, fast-paced, and hands-on environment for both our guests, volunteers, and our team.
Who We Are Looking For
At Arizona Science Center, we take pride in providing the perfect mix of fun, education, and great service to our guests of all ages and we’re looking for talented, enthusiastic individuals to join our team!
Arizona Science Center serves more than 800,000 students, educators, families and adults annually. This includes 140,000 school children and teachers representing more than 100 cities and towns throughout Arizona who visit the Center, including over 45,000 youth who visit at no charge through our Focused Field Trips program. In addition, more than 60,000 children and adults experience outreach programs, including Science on Wheels and CREATE on Wheels, in schools, libraries and community centers throughout Arizona including rural areas and tribal nations. Each year, more than 5,000 Arizona teachers receive professional development support through our Freeport-McMoRan Foundation Center for Leadership in Learning.
To inspire, educate and engage curious minds through science.
When you work for a non-profit like Arizona Science Center, you are contributing to the growth of our community through science education and innovation. Each employee plays a vital role in creating a fun and memorable experience for the thousands of children and adults who experience all we have to offer. Our hope is that our guests walk away inspired to learn more about all things science! We can only do this with the hard work from our dedicated team.
Appreciate co-workers and guests.
Start with a smile.
Commit to inspire, educate, and engage curious minds through SCIENCE!
Meet Our Team Video Playlist
To become a volunteer, please fill out the Volunteer Application form:
This is a selective process and not all applications are accepted. We reserve the right to place volunteers in the area we feel is best suited to their skills and the needs of Arizona Science Center.