Friends of The Museum Group
The Museum Group wishes to thank all its past and current volunteers, supporters and friends for their relentless encouragement, patronage, and/or donations helping us fulfil our vision, share our collection with the public and, preserve it for future generrations:
- Andrew M. Palmer
- Christopher Ledger
- Eilaf Mubarak Abdullah Al Binjawi
- Eng. Sarah Al Ameeri
- Hugo Wetscherek
- Ieba Ali
- Ithar Ali
- Laurens Hesselink
- Sheikh Dr. Mohamed Musalam Salem Musalam BinHam Al Amri
- Sumaya Adnan Isha Ishag
- Steven Qua
- Sahar Palmer
Support a project
The Museum Group is more than a private treasure-house of artifacts. It is a living collection aspiring to be a national as well as an international center of excellence for education, research and discovery. The Museum Group is grateful and appreciative of the support of its public. There are many ways that you can help to ensure the display, care and preservation of the collection for future generations. Please consider supporting The Museum Group today. Whether you are an individual, or an organization, we welcome and appreciate your support. If you are an organization, you can enjoy an exclusive relationship with TMG through:
- Sponsoring one of our projects.
- Aligning your brand with The Museum Group or its galleries.
- Supporting our event space opportunities and holding your corporate event at our museum.
- If you are a college or a university we invite you to support our projects by including TMG in your Student Internship Program.
The Museum Group is currently implementing several critical projects (Current Projects of The Museum Group). If you are interested in supporting or sponsoring any of our current projects, kindly contact The Museum Group for more details, or call +971 4 393 4440 and speak to our Corporate Relations Officer.
Student internship program
Our internship is designed for individuals who are currently enrolled at an accredited college/university and who will be continuing their undergraduate studies. Candidates should be seeking a bachelor’s degree in marketing, public relations, business administration, communications, or journalism.
Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Knowledge and experience with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and other social media platforms.
- Strong attention to detail and organizational skills.
- All applicants must submit a cover letter.
- Transportation to and from the internship environment.
- Duration of internship 9 hours per week, over a semester, or three months.
All applicants should submit a cover letter and a resume by email. The cover letter should clearly state the internship position the applicant is applying for, approximate date on which he/she would be available to begin work if selected, and why would he/she be a good fit for the position desired.
Applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible. Invitations for interviews are sent on rolling basis throughout the year. Please send applications by email, including a recent passport-size photograph.
Recently, CCM Group launched a scheme to enable exclusive entertainment access to The Museum Group’s galleries and spaces, making it the ideal venue for coporate events, art exhibitions, as well as personal celebrations. For further informations, please email us.
Gift an item; an artifact, a manuscript, etc.
If you would like to gift an object, support or sponsor a project, please contact us for more information.
The Museum Group, houses a private collection which is preserved and held for the benefit of all the world, present and future, and aspires to be a centre of research and inquiry at all levels. Volunteers are very important to The Museum Group and their commitment and enthusiasm is appreciated across our departments. The Museum Group defines volunteers as those who are under no obligation to perform duties and who have no expectation of, and do not receive any, remuneration for the time that they spend volunteering for The Museum Group.
However, the relationship between volunteers and The Museum Group does not create a legally binding contract or a relationship of employment between The Museum Group and the volunteer. The Museum Group accepts the volunteers on the understanding that their services are received at its sole discretion, and that a volunteer’s relationship with The Museum Group may be terminated by either side at any time without notice and for whatever reason. Kindly note that volunteers are not a substitute for employees and The Museum Group does not recruit volunteers to displace them.
Joining the volunteer programme
The Museum Group is committed to engaging and developing a diverse volunteer body. Opportunities for volunteers, where possible these are shown on The Museum website. We may select individuals from applications for voluntary opportunities and invite them to a meeting to determine whether the individual would be suitable as a volunteer for the Museum. The Museum’s decision on suitability of a prospective volunteer is absolute and final.
All individuals will be required to undergo security clearance and reference checks before they are formally accepted as The Museum Group Volunteers. The level of clearance required will vary depending on the volunteer role. Children and young people under 18 may volunteer only as part of a recognised work experience programme. The Museum is not able to pay expenses to volunteers.
Supervision and support
All volunteers are assigned a member of Museum staff to act as their supervisor during their time spent volunteering for the Museum and can contact the Volunteer Office with any queries or concerns. Volunteers do not have the authority to represent themselves as spokespersons for the Museum, to make contracts for The Museum Group or make any other commitment on its behalf.
Volunteers should uphold the name of The Museum Group and maintain the confidentiality of all confidential information to which they are exposed while volunteering. To apply for our volunteering programme, please download TMG Volunteer Application Form.