Thinkery Volunteer Spotlight: Debe B.


At Thinkery, we are so thankful for our volunteers—their time, service and commitment is crucial to Thinkery’s success. Here on the Thinkery blog, we love highlighting the fantastic work and contributions put forth by our incredible roster of volunteers, VolunTeens and interns. Today, we’re celebrating Debe B.

Every week, volunteers help facilitate hands-on activities, programs and events in and around the museum. From summer camp stations to Thinkery21 activations to Baby Bloomers programming, our volunteers work hard to ensure our guests have a blast and learn a ton. And one of these stellar volunteers is the amazing Debe B.!

There is no doubt about it—Debe is a rock star. Reliable, warm and incredibly positive, Debe regularly supports our Early Learners team by volunteering during our weekend Baby Bloomers. Her unwavering support and willingness to go the extra mile is always appreciated, and she constantly goes above and beyond to create a joyful and inviting experience for families and guests.

From the Early Learners team:

“I can’t even begin to describe the gratitude that I feel for Debe! She knows the Saturday Baby Bloomers programming like the back of her hand. You can see the joy in her eyes while facilitating activities with our youngest visitors and their families.”

“Debe brings such joy and warmth to Baby Bloomers. We couldn’t manage the program smoothly without her.”

Debe also frequently assists with photographing weekend activities in the museum. Whether she’s snapping shots in a collaborative Think Lab or a festive Gingerbread Workshop, she always manages to capture families having fun and learning together. Our guests love Debe, and we do, too!

From the Marketing team:

“The Marketing team is always thrilled when Debe signs up for a shift! We’re tremendously grateful that she volunteers during the weekend and captures incredible photos of our onsite programming. We appreciate you, Debe!”

Interested in becoming a Thinkery volunteer? Click here to find out how you can make a difference.

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