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MILITARY HERITAGE MUSEUM INC

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Museum Guide

A Volunteer Museum Guide hosts Museum visitors throughout the Museum's galleries and provides artifact/general information, surveillance and safety for visitors. A Museum Guide works independently or in pair with another Museum Guide to provide opportunities for short, visitor-driven interactions based on objects, activities or stories. The main task of the Museum Guide is to interact with and serve as a point of contact for visitors. A Museum Guide typically serves shifts that are 3-4 hours in length. Military background is highly desired but not required.

Future Force Academy Guide

A Future Force Academy Guide works primarily in the Future Force Academy activity rooms on the second floor. The FFA Guide supports the interactive programs that utilize flight simulators, VR technology and laser range.

Library Volunteer

There are several opportunities available to volunteer in the Museum's Library. A Library Volunteer assists with resource management and helps users find reference and resource materials. A Library Volunteer also assists with library-focused programs that include children’s reading and activity time, book-lending and internet-based research

Special Events Volunteer

Assisting in operation of Gulf Theater Shows and or events

More opportunities with MILITARY HERITAGE MUSEUM INC

No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.

About MILITARY HERITAGE MUSEUM INC

Location:

900 W MARION AVE, PUNTA GORDA, FL 33950, US

Mission Statement

Mission To promote an understanding of and respect for the rich military heritage of the United States and the sacrifices made by our country’s veterans, living and dead, emphasizing that Freedom Isn’t Free. Vision To be Southwest Florida’s most treasured museum, a moving interactive journey through our nation’s military heritage and history, whereby all who come to discover and connect, leave inspired to remember and honor those who serve.

Description

The Military Heritage Museum first opened its doors to the public in December 2001. The goal of the Museum is to honor veterans from all branches and eras of U.S. military service and to help the general public better understand the contributions and various experiences of American servicemen and women through authentic artifacts and individual stories.

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

900 W. Marion AvePunta Gorda, FL 33950

(26.92878,-82.05965)
 

SKILLS

  • Community Outreach
  • People Skills

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Orientation or Training

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