Volunteers have the opportunity to support a variety of activities including, but not limited to, visitor services, special events, tours, education and administrative support.
Begin the process by completing an application on the application page of the Museum’s Volunteer Portal. Applications are processed in cycles and include a 15-minute interview. Accepted applicants will also complete 10 hours of training and a background check. Some volunteer positions may require additional, specialized training.
Our volunteers have a variety of experiences, expertise, abilities, and backgrounds. We recommend all interested individuals, whether they have experience with the Army or not, fill out a volunteer application. Volunteers must be at least 18 years old – check back for updates about volunteer opportunities for those younger than 18 years old.
At this time, there are only in-person volunteer opportunities.
Yes. Volunteers manage their schedule by selecting available three-hour shifts through the Museum’s Volunteer Portal. Volunteers are expected to commit a minimum of nine hours per month (three shifts). This requirement is currently waived due to the ongoing public health crisis.
Please contact our Visitor Services Division by calling 800.506.2672 or email the volunteer program.