Volunteering and Internships at Open-City

Internship opportunities at Open-City

Open-City is currently seeking an Events and Marketing Intern for our Archikids Festival 2014. To view the position click here.

Volunteering opportunities at Open-City

Open-City has a number of regular core volunteers who support the organisation on a variety of programmes and projects. Download this info sheet for a detailed overview of how we work with volunteers and how to get involved

Please see below for current volunteering vacancies:

Open-City Office Administration volunteer
The Open-City Director is looking for an invidividual who has some experience with general office administration work. The role would involve 1 day a week in the Open-City office (Mon-Fri) and ideally would suit someone looking to volunteer long term, meeting new people and becoming part of the team.

The task load and personal specification will include:
- telephone work
- database entry
- strong organisation skills
- Looking for a regular volunteering role and meeting new people

If you are interested in volunteering for us please click here to fill out our short application survey.

Volunteering for the Open House London Weekend
The Open House London annual event takes place in September. Each year we recruit and place between 600-700 volunteer stewards and guides at participating buildings - in particular we need volunteers who are able to help out at lesser-known outer-borough buildings and events. In 2013, over 800 volunteers assisted over the weekend!

Click here to sign up now

For more information, download this information sheet


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Want to find out how to get a building or event involved in Open House?
The majority of the programme is compiled with our own research, and sometimes suggestions for inclusion are made to us which we are then able to consider on their individual merits. The criteria for inclusion in the Open House event are architectural merit, and buildings/areas of buildings that are not usually accessible to the general public.

For further information on getting involved download this document