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If you enjoy meeting people and have a love of history and airplanes, then we invite you to be part of our team. We have fun, and the friendships you make here will last a lifetime.
Without our volunteer’s untiring and selfless service, we would not be able to provide the quality of service that our visitors enjoy.
Not a pilot? No military experience? No problem. We provide in-depth training. Must be 21 years of age or older.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have an interest in the heavy bombers and their role in WWII and enjoy getting up close and personal with a single aircraft, you will enjoy volunteering in the B-17 hangar.
If you have an interest in Army Air Corps fighters, bombers, trainers, and a wider understanding of WWII history in the European Theater you will enjoy volunteering in the European Hangar.
Ideal for those who have an interest in Naval Aircraft, ships and WWII history in the Pacific Theater you will enjoy volunteering in the Pacific Hangar.
Ideal for those who have an interest in the aircraft and history of the Korean & Vietnam wars, this is the hangar for you!
Our newly opened F-117 hangar houses our F-117 Nighthawk. Ideal for those interested in “modern” military operations, including the Gulf War through the Global War on Terror.
A fun and engaging place to work, working in the gif shop allows you to interact with patrons as they enter the Museum, answer general questions about the Museum, and sell merchandise! Must operate a Point of Sale computer system.
Perform the duties normally associated with the operation of a first-class aviation library. Assist patrons in the operation of flight simulators.
Ideal for those with prior aircraft ground handling experience, the Ramp Crew is the team that ensures everyone and everything remains safe during aircraft operations at the museum. Additional vetting required, must be already be a PSAM docent to apply.
Restoration Crew is responsible for restoring and maintaining static aircraft, building displays, and upkeep of displays throughout the museum. Qualifications: previous experience working with various tools and materials. Work days and hours are Tuesday and Thursday, 7:00 to 12:00.
This volunteer opportunity allows you to work on/maintain the numerous electronic displays, flight simulators, and more throughout the museum.
The Kiosk answers visitors’ questions, gives directions and offers advice on how visitors can best use their time effectively. If you are a friendly people-person this is the spot for you.