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The Royal B.C. Museum is seeking 120 volunteer interpreters for the Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition.

The 281-piece travelling exhibition arrives in April and will remain at the museum for six months.

Interpreters will have several roles – from describing life aboard the “unsinkable ship,” to teaching visitors about its construction.

The two days of training includes museum orientation and specific information on the exhibition and the interpreter’s specific role. Volunteers will have access to study materials.

To volunteer, contact Gail Miller, volunteer services manager at 387-7902.

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