Become a Volunteer
Volunteers are essential to the on-going success of the National Museum of World War II Aviation. Last year alone, volunteers worked more than (get number from Steve Clark) hours in support of museum operations, restoration work and education programs. We are always looking for talented, dedicated people to join the team and help us make the museum and its education effort a success.
Volunteer opportunities become available at various times throughout the year. Service areas include front desk, library, restoration and maintenance shop, docent services, and education. Volunteers are asked to dedicate a minimum of 10 hours a month to the museum.
Come join the team and be a part of something special. Sign up today and your application will be considered as openings become available.
National Museum of World War II Aviation
The National Museum of World War II Aviation Volunteer Program will be fully implemented once Phase III of the Museum’s campus is complete. Until then volunteers are solicited on an as needed basis depending upon what the needs are at the time. If you are interested in volunteering at the Museum at any point in the future, please fill-out and submit this form. Your information will be kept on record and we may contact you in the future as a need arises.