Board of Directors
Think Link Discovery Center seeks business, academic and civic leaders who are passionate about helping young children reach their highest potential. Think Link provides a variety of experiences for youth and children of all ages. Well-connected individuals are needed who can help the Museum build its internal capacity to support growth and stability.
Exhibit Development Task Force
This task force meets to develop new exhibit ideas, from concept to fundraising to corporate sponsorships, to fabrication. Usually, Think Link develops or enhances three new exhibits per year, depending on funds raised. There is no training required, but we welcome those with experience and expertise in early childhood education, cabinetry/construction, graphic or interior design, exhibit or trade show displays, art.
Early Childhood Programs Volunteer
Individual volunteers are welcome to take up a regular schedule (once a week, once a month, etc) for storytelling, leading singing groups, working in the Art Studio, leading an activity with children, or assisting in classes. One-time event volunteers can help with public programs such as Halloween, Chinese New Year celebration, or other multicultural events.
Spit ‘n Polish Crew
Several times a year, Think Link welcomes 10-12 person crews for a day (or half-day) of deep cleaning, painting and light repairs on exhibit spaces. Events take place in September during the Week of Caring (organized by United Way and the Volunteer Centers) and in early April
Think Link has five computers. Assess computer needs, develop an action place to meet computer needs recommend software ect.
Think Link holds one collections – one of toys in our Toy Lending Library, and one of books, periodicals, videos and other parenting references in our Family Resource Center. Volunteer librarians help maintain the collections, make calls for overdue items, sort and reshelve returned items, add new items to the collection. Requires light physical activity and comfort with computers/databases.
Individual volunteers are welcome to organize and present a class to children. Classes theme may vary and subject to approval by the Board of Directors
Fund Raising Task Force
Think Link is funded by a variety of sources including community donations, fund raising events and grants. The fund raising task forces works in collaboration to locate sources of funding.
Think Link is operate by a creative group of volunteers a special event can include supporting a special speaker, raising funds or participating in a community event.