The National WASP WWII Museum is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. Your generosity preserves and shares the legacy of the Women Airforce Service Pilots.
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Volunteers are vital success and fulfilling our mission. Discover which volunteer opportunity is best for you.
Volunteers are needed at each event to deliver an amazing guest experience. Volunteers help in all stage from planning to execution to post event debrief. Positions include: distributing materials, parking attendant, setup and tear down, gift shop, food & beverage, wayfinding, program development and more.
Volunteers lead tours through the Museum to guests, students, tourists and groups and attend training. Docents have a rotating flexible schedule to meet the needs of the scheduled guided tour.
Train to conduct outreach programs and presentations at regional schools, clubs, agencies and organizations about the WASP and Avenger Field. Schedules are flexible and coordinated with Museum staff. In some instances, mileage may be reimbursed.
Volunteers to preserve and protect the artifacts (photographs, objects, newpapers, books, documents, etc.) donated by WASP, their families and friends, military enthusiats, aviation experts and general public.
A volunteer coordinator is needed to recruit, train, schedule and support the Museum’s volunteers. This is a volunteer position with flexible hours and some opportunity to work off site. The volunteer coordinator needs to be friendly, detail oriented, computer literate, organized and able to work both independently and with a team. This position represents the Museum as a leader among peers. Please contact Ann Hobing at email@example.com if interested in being a volunteer volunteer coordinator.
Assist with writing and proofreading marketing and communications materials like press releases, newsletters and enews. A marketing volunteer will assist with the Museum’s social media platforms and can help create a communications plan. This volunteer will assist at special events and needs to be computer literate, have strong spelling and grammar skills and a friendly demeanor.
The Gift Shop is the entry and exit to the Museum and these volunteers welcome guests to the Museum and thank them for their visit. Gift Shop volunteers support the guest experience by recommending souvenirs, books and other memorabilia about WASP and their visit to Sweetwater. Some duties include tagging merchandise, stocking products, organizing the stockroom and keeping the gift shop clean.
Volunteers with computer literacy, organization skills and attention to detail will assist with mailings, data entry, spreadsheets, filing and other general office duties. This position is available during Museum hours and is a great way to be involved behind the scenes.