Current Volunteer Opportunities:

Volunteer Opportunity! Tours of Wardenclyffe

Are you interested in helping at our new Tours of Wardenclyffe? Beginning in May, we will conduct walking tours of the historic Wardenclyffe grounds, and need volunteers to help as assistant tour guides, exhibitors, greeters, sales tent attendants, and more. Sign up below and we'll contact you with specific volunteer positions and shifts.

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Tesla’s Lab Assistant

We are forming a team of worldwide volunteers to help with research. This special group would assist with online investigation to authenticate Tesla-related materials, resource quotes, research documents, and help with general fact-checking. If you are detail-oriented with experience in online research, Tesla’s lab needs you!

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Be the first to hear about future projects!

We are always looking for Tesla fans to lend a hand. With their generosity and passion, our volunteers create a synergy that makes this project a greater success by the day.

In addition to on-site help at Wardenclyffe, volunteers across the country and around the world help us by donating their time and talent at events, loaning Tesla-related material for exhibits, raising awareness for TSCW, and much more! Please fill out the form to become a part of the future of the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe.

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Support the Wardenclyffe Mission

From 2013 to early 2016, we held regular cleanup sessions that transformed the overgrown former industrial site of Wardenclyffe into an accessible campus. Since then, the focus has shifted to preparing for the restoration of the historic laboratory and developing the master plan for the entire campus.

If you helped during the on-site cleanups in the past, thank you so very much for your contributions. If you are looking for more volunteer opportunities, stay tuned! We will need more help on-site and at future events. We are also exploring additional ways to include volunteers in our new projects.

How It All Began

How the Wardenclyffe Site Was Saved