• Collage of images, including Maggie Walker, her home, and the St. Luke Penny Savings Bank

    Maggie L Walker

    National Historic Site Virginia

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Internships

Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site offers internship opportunities for college or graduate level students.

Duties include running the visitor center, presenting talks or tours, and making sales in the bookstores. Opportunities exist to do historical research with the park historian and curatorial work with the park curator. Interns will also work with school groups to present educational programs.

To learn more about the internship program, click here.

 
Volunteer at Maggie L. Walker NHS!

Volunteer
The Volunteer Program at Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site is always seeking enthusiastic and diverse volunteers wishing to share their talents to fulfill our mission. Volunteers perform a variety of jobs, encompassing virtually every aspect of park operations giving them hands-on experience working with the public, park staff, and park resources.

To learn more about how to volunteer at Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site, click here.

 

How to Donate
Your generous contribution helps Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site fulfill its mission to preserve and interpret the cultural resources related to the life of Maggie L. Walker.

For more information about how to support Maggie L. Walker NHS financially, click here.

How to Purchase
To learn how you can purchase books and other educational merchandise related to Maggie L. Walker, visit the bookstore.

Did You Know?

Women teachers with class circa 1900

In many states, when women married they could no longer teach school. Maggie Walker had to give up her teaching job when she married Armstead Walker in 1886.