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.
Volunteer Hall of Fame
The Volunteer Hall of Fame honors those individuals who have reached 5000 hours of service or more. These valued team members have worn many hats. They have greeted our guests, happily answered questions, explained the value of Museum Membership, helped restore our macro-artifacts including PT-305, assisted our Collections staff, and relayed the direct experience of World War II with thousands of schoolchildren on docent tours.
Volunteers Can Do It! Thank you for your interest in volunteering at The National WWII Museum. Volunteers are an essential part of our Museum. They represent the Museum to our visitors and keep things running smoothly. Volunteering at our Museum gives you the opportunity to learn more about WWII and D-Day history, to meet and befriend people with similar interests and to serve a premier educational institution.
The Victory Corps is The National WWII Museum’s middle and high school student volunteer opportunity. Students engage with visitors using hands-on stations, work with staff in the development of volunteer and Museum programming, and participate in professional development activities. Each year, Victory Corps is divided into three sessions—fall, spring, and summer.