The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force depends on volunteers on a daily basis. Our volunteers have a variety of responsibilities from monitoring the exhibit galleries, interacting with the public, promoting the museum’s Membership program, supporting education programs, providing information at the main entrance, and more! You don’t need a Ph.D in history to volunteer. All you need is lots of enthusiasm and a little time.
At this time, due to the expanding educational needs of the Museum, we are only accepting applications for dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers to support our Education Division by assisting with their quickly growing programming and events. We are looking for outgoing people who love to share their passion for learning with children and adults of all ages. These opportunities cover all the major subject areas from science, technology, engineering and math to social studies, history, art and more. Volunteers are needed to serve in a variety of different exciting and fun opportunities, including touring school groups, teaching or assisting with hands-on workshops and camps, making presentations, running computer-based flight sims and virtual reality platforms, leading demonstration stations, designing curriculum and much more. We are looking for those who have special skills that they would like to share as well as those who are excited to learn something new! If you are interested in supporting these Education programs, click here to request information about the Volunteer Program.
Please check back at a later date to see when we are accepting applications for other areas at the Museum.
Click here to read an article about Museum Volunteers featured in the Skywrighter, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base newspaper