Wing Luke seeks Intern/Volunteers

The Wing Luke Museum is the nation’s only pan-Asian Pacific American museum and is located in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District. The Wing’s mission is “to connect everyone to the rich history, dynamic cultures and art of the Asian Pacific Americans through vivid storytelling and inspiring experiences.”

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Exhibit Intern (Unpaid)

Description: The Wing Luke Museum’s Exhibits Department is looking for a volunteer or intern to help with the development of an upcoming exhibit on Pacific Islander Americans and other projects. The Exhibit Volunteer will do research for exhibits, assist in the development of interpretive materials, and help with exhibit maintenance and other tasks as needed.


  •   4-10 hours a week; weekdays only
  •   Starts in September
  •   4+ month commitment preferred
Oral History Transcription Volunteer

The Wing Luke Museum’s Exhibits Department is looking for a volunteer to help with a backlog of oral history transcriptions for preservation in the museum’s collections. Volunteers will listen to oral histories and type them up in Microsoft Word. They will review and complete unfinished transcriptions, write summaries, and record data such as names, dates, and keywords. The oral histories may be used for future exhibits and are available to the public for research. Volunteers must be able to work independently and enter data accurately.

How to Apply

Email Volunteer Coordinator Heather Chan at with a resume and explanation of interest. An interview may be part of the application process. If you have questions, send an email to the address above or call (206) 623-5124 x105. Visit to learn more about our volunteer positions.