Special Events Volunteers
American Space Museum / Space Walk of Fame Foundation
A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
6 people are interested
Our special events mostly occur on Saturdays. We have openings for people to help with photography, videography, crowd directional support, paperwork, kids' activity helpers, tour guides (if you have a background in the space industry or would like to come beforehand to learn), set up, clean up and more. People with good attitudes that like to work in teams welcome - especially friendly, smiling individuals! PLEASE DO NOTE REGARDING COVID-19: Special events are currently postponed until safe to resume, however we ARE still taking volunteers to be available when things are safe to begin again.
About American Space Museum / Space Walk of Fame Foundation
308 PINE ST, TITUSVILLE, FL 32796, US
Our mission is two-fold, as our tagline indicates: "Preserving Achievement; Inspiring Innovation." First, we honor those who built the American space program by preserving their artifacts, history and individual stories. Second, we use those stories and artifacts as an educational springboard toward inspiring a new generation to innovate, invent, explore and discover.
We have a 6,000 sq ft facility in downtown Titusville, dedicated to honoring America's space pioneers and displaying their artifacts and achievements. We also offer STEAM Space, a dynamic education program that features almost-weekly programming for grades 3-12, a variety of camps of activities and a Makerspace, which will be opened by the end of 2016. We are also building a one-of-a-kind SALT program, focusing on Strategic thinking, Administration, Leadership and Teamwork.
Our museum is open 6 days a week, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a suggested donation of $10 per adult, $8 for military and seniors, $5 for students 13-18 and FREE for students under 12. Our near-by Space Walk of Fame monuments are available for viewing year-round. We offer docents who worked in the space program and can tell the story of our space history from a personal perspective. We also offer a hands-on experience where visitors can interact with some (not all) of our artifacts...including a mission control console that was used during the Apollo and Shuttle programs, and a NASA program desk from 1964, which offers visitors the chance to dial an old rotary phone and type on a NASA typewriter from the era.