Helmed by President & CEO Stephen Watson, our executive leadership team strives to carry out the Museum’s mission with the highest standards of excellence, authenticity, professionalism, and fiscal responsibility.
Board of Trustees
From our grand opening in 2000 through our capital expansion, the Board of Trustees has been the critical factor in leading, building, and supporting The National WWII Museum.
The Museum offers a limited number of unpaid internships each semester to qualified college juniors, seniors, and graduate students.
Stephen Ambrose and Nick Mueller brought The National D-Day Museum to life on June 6, 2000, an institution ultimately designated as America’s National WWII Museum by a 2004 act of Congress.
Volunteering at our Museum gives you the opportunity to learn more about the history of World War II and D-Day, to meet and befriend people with similar interests, and to serve a premier educational institution.
We are committed to accomplishing the Museum's mission and vision in a way that is consistent with the highest standards of excellence, authenticity, professionalism, and fiscal responsibility through visionary leadership, enterprising staff, and enthusiastic volunteers.
Join Our Team
Employment opportunities at The National WWII Museum. The National WWII Museum is an Equal Opportunity Employer and seeks diversity in its workforce.
Volunteerism is a core value at The National WWII Museum. We're honored to have the assistance of hundreds of talented and dedicated volunteers. Since our opening in 2000, our generous Volunteer Corps has contributed over 800,000 hours of their time in service to the Museum.
Other Ways to Support the Museum
Your support allows future generations to better appreciate the real stories of our heroes, their struggle and sacrifice. You can help us to honor the legacy of the “Greatest Generation” in a variety of ways.