Volunteer Opportunities at the Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum


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It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.


4203 Anderson AveSan Diego, CA 92145
The Museum has 27 aircraft on display as well as artifacts from World War I to present day. The Museum is staffed by volunteers and is open to the public six days per week. It welcomes local, national and international visitors including many school and community groups.


Volunteers are an essential part of our Museum. Volunteering at the Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum gives you the opportunity to learn more about U.S., Marine Corps and aviation history; befriend others with similar interests (including many veterans who served as pilots and aircrew); and, serve your community. We will teach you everything you need to know.

The Museum has the largest collection of historical aircraft flown by Marine Corps aviators in the world as well as thousands of artifacts from World War I to present day. Thousands of local, national and international guests visit each year. Currently there are 27 aircraft on display. New for 2018 is an exhibit on the Navajo Code Talkers and on World War II flying ace and Medal of Honor recipient, Joe Foss.

We are recruiting for the following volunteer opportunities:

  • Docents (tour guides)
  • Education program assistance
  • PR and marketing support
  • Gift shop sales support
  • Restoration and maintenance of historical aircraft

All training is provided. Our volunteer roster includes people from 16 to 95 years of age, many of whom are veterans who served as military pilots and air crew. All who enjoy learning about and sharing history with others are welcome.


  • General Education
  • History
  • People Skills
  • Math / Science Instruction
  • STEM
  • Teaching / Instruction

Good Match For

Teens People 55+ Group

Requirements & Commitment

  • Must be at least 16
  • Orientation or Training
  • Flexible. We will work with your schedule.

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