Are you passionate about history, military history, education, or the museum field?
The ASOM is looking for teachers and educators who are interested in joining our team of museum professionals and volunteers to assist in the development, coordination, and implementation of educational programs. This includes family programs such as drop-in workshops for visitors with children, school programs, and public programs for adult audiences.
This position offers a flexible schedule and is available Monday through Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM.
The Volunteer Museum Educator will work closely with our museum staff to create and plan a number of upcoming events and programs related to our special exhibits for our museum's diverse audiences.
Requirements include: computer literacy, background or education in museum studies, history, or education, and the ability to manage projects and work independently.
Commitment of at least 5 hours per week.
The ASOM Mission Statement To collect, preserve, research, accurately interpret, and communicate the U.S. Army’s airborne and special operations history and material culture from 1940 to the present in innovative ways that support the recruitment, training, education, and retention of our Soldiers; and to provide the military profession, and the nation with an accessible venue for the exploration of the U.S. Army’s airborne and special operations history.
For more information, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Airborne and Special Operations Museum Foundation
100 Bragg Blvd., Fayetteville, NC 28301, US
The Airborne & Special Operations Museum will provide a unique educational experience on United States history and basic core values through the preservation interpretation and recognition of U.S. Army airborne and special operations history, equipment, technology, legend, art and weaponry.
Walk through the streets of war-torn Normandy and see a glider delivering a jeep into battle, hear troopers exiting a helicopter in Vietnam, watch the rooftops as soldiers and an MH‐6 "Little Bird" rescue Kurt Muse in Panama, witness troops defending freedom in Iraq and fighting the war on terror in Afghanistan. The Airborne & Special Operations Museum recounts the actions of heroic soldiers from the early days of the Parachute Test Platoon to the ongoing Global War on Terrorism. The museum preserves the extraordinary feats performed by the United States Army’s Airborne and the Special Operations Forces, all who jump from the sky, into battle. Come see what brings out the best in America’s sons and daughters. Our museum is a source of pride to all those who served, or now serve, in the U.S. Army Airborne and Special Operations units. The museum Foundation is proud of its success and thanks you for your support.
Education & Literacy
Veterans & Military Families
We'll work with your schedule.
Airborne & Special Operations Museum100 Bragg BlvdFayetteville, NC28301
August 6, 2020
Must be at least 18
Flexible hours. Commitment of at least 5 hours per week.