Teen Programs at Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Teen Reporters: Investigation Teams
Want to hang out with world-famous scientists and teens that care about the same stuff you do? Our new program invites you to help us educate and inspire!
All teens ages 14–18 are eligible. Underrepresented ethnicities are encouraged to apply.
- Go behind-the-scenes and get your hands on rare fossils, historic artifacts, and other rarely seen museum treasures!
- Join scientists as they pioneer cutting-edge research and technology to save the environment and understand human origins!
- Create exciting ways to share your discoveries and build awareness of the issues you care about!
High school freshmen ages 14 and up may become trained museum volunteers who answer visitors’ questions about animals, exhibitions, and the museum. Most often you see them at Exploration Carts focusing on Alcoa Foundation Hall of American Indians, Dinosaurs in Their Time, Walton Hall of Ancient Egypt, Hall of African Wildlife, and Insects. For more information about applying to be a Teen Docent, visit the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh volunteer site.