There are many ways to deepen your involvement and commitment to the Tibet Museum. Whether you choose to attend or sponsor our programs and events, donate photographs and objects, volunteer at the museum, contribute to a particular project, invite our staff for exchange programs or establish institutional partnerships, we are pleased to welcome you in the Tibet Museum family and grateful for your support.

Support from individuals, corporations and various levels of government will play a major role in ensuring the Tibet Museum’s ongoing success and significance. To learn more about how you can get involved please contact us at [email protected].


Donate Time – Become a Volunteer

The Tibet Museum greatly benefits from volunteers from different communities, and it is always in need of graphic designers, archivist and museum specialists. We seeks students and professionals with practical experience in specific areas of museum work relating to curating, cataloging, exhibition and graphic design. Tibetans can apply for internships at the Tibet Museum through Tibet Corps, a public-private initiative of the Central Tibetan Administration.

Past Volunteers / Interns

Kunga Chimey Sara is an Architect from Switzerland graduated from the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in spring 2018. She is currently working on the final 3D designs, drawings and renderings of the new Museum and is also assisting as a Content Developer for H.H. the Dalai Lama’s section at the new Museum. Kunga joined the Museum in April 2019 and is staying till July 2020.

Neerja Sutaria completed her graduation in April 2019 with a BA in History-Psychology from Jai Hind College, Mumbai. She has also studied Archaeology as well as Preservation & Conservation of Artefacts from Mumbai. From 20th May to 20th August, she will assist the museum in social media marketing, cataloguing and preserving newly acquired artefacts.

Lodoe-Laura is currently finishing her final year of the Film + Photography Preservation and Collections Management MA program at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada. Beginning from January 2019, she spent six months at the Tibet Museum, assisting with the implementation of cataloguing standards for the archival database, and facilitating preservation of the cultural heritage material held in the photography archives.