Become a museum volunteer and give the gift of time!

You can help

Volunteers work with the public and behind the scenes, all to deliver our mission of using aviation as a gateway for people to embrace adventure and innovation while using tools of science to explore how the physical world works and how the dream of flight is made into reality. Depending on their skills and interests, volunteers serve as docents, public programming facilitators, librarians, and even work on exhibit fabrication and aircraft restoration projects.

How Can You Help?


Front Desk Volunteer

Tour Guide Docent for Museum

Yard Work & Maintenance

Volunteers are friendly greeters to the public and offer general assistance, guidance or direction to visitors. They give directions, make gift shop sales, and answer phone calls.
Collect tour fees, register visitors, and lead tours and answer questions about exhibits. No aviation experience required but is helpful; training will be provided. Ability to be on your feet for at least 2 hours. Desire to relate to visitors from all over the world. Occasional outdoor grounds clean-up; Maintenance of outdoor collection of historical objects.

*This link will bring you to Volunteer Match