More than just a pretty dress.

You’ve been educated, entertained and engaged by our Lecture Series…but have you ever wanted to get involved as a volunteer with everything that goes on behind the stage door?

We’ve already given you a sneak peak at the Adopt-a-Dress program, a revamped website, and new features in our newsletter. SMOC has grand plans to complete an online catalogue of our 2000+ historical items, completely digitized and formatted as a resource for academics and historians world-wide. We’re rolling out Membership drives, donor campaigns, marketing plans, and public relations mandates.

We can’t do it alone. We are looking for a few capable volunteers to step into roles that are challenging and personally rewarding. Take a look at our open positions listed below. See something appealing? Drop us a note that outlines your area of expertise, past Board experience, and how you feel you can help SMOC achieve its goals.

–       Graphic Design

–       Online shop manager

–      Membership Chair

– Website Master

– Gala Chair

– Marketing Chair

Please note that all positions are unpaid, volunteer positions. SMOC is entirely volunteer run; there are no paid positions.


Volunteer Seamsters Needed

  • SMOC is still in need of seamsters to sew garment bags to house the garments in our collection.
    Materials and instructions provided.


You can also volunteer at lectures and SMOC events!  To volunteer, please fill out the application provided below and email it to:  info@SMOC.ca. You can also email  us for more information as there is always new opportunities!

Volunteer Application DOCX Download

For Print:PDF Volunteer Application Download


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