Volunteers are an integral part of our day-to-day functioning, and without them we would not be where we are today.
Our volunteers have been involved in many community projects over the years, from the making of movies to meeting the Queen. A typical response from our volunteers is that along with their interest in aviation, the camaraderie and friendships they make here are an important part of the experience.
Here are just a few of the volunteer positions we offer:
Make our visitors feel welcome! Volunteer as a greeter, a tour guide, work in our Windsock Gift Shop, or host a birthday party.
Greet visitors, provide an orientation to the museum and collect admission fees. Shifts are generally three hours in duration and available seven days a week. Tours are also scheduled by special appointment.
Point of sale cash register, merchandise pricing and display management. Shifts are generally three hours in duration and available seven days a week.
Canteen, parking, fundraising – if you can’t help on a regular basis, but are willing to help occasionally, let us know what your interests and skills are!
Interested in adding volunteer teaching experience to your resume?
We have an active aircraft restoration department that is responsible for many important and significant restoration projects to date. They meet Tuesday and Thursday mornings throughout the year.
Our library is a comprehensive aviation reference library – one of the largest in the country – with books, magazines, technical manuals and drawings, as well as over 40,000 photographs, films and audiotapes, many of which cannot be found anywhere else. Our team meets Monday and Wednesday mornings throughout the year.
We could sure use your skills!
People from all walks of life volunteer with us. Whether you are a student, employed, or retired we have a variety of opportunities that will satisfy your interests and suit your schedule. As long as you have some time to spare, and a real desire to make a difference in our community, then your volunteer contribution will ensure the continued preservation of Canada’s aviation history.
Call 204-786-5503 for more information. Or complete the attached information and drop by during regular museum hours.