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Collegiate Volunteer Program - The Next Generation of Volunteers

By Michelle Farr, EAA #1103304, HR Business Partner

EAA is introducing a new, exciting volunteer program that will help bring the next generation into our great community of EAA people. The Collegiate Volunteer Program is for college students who are interested in experiencing The World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration firsthand and being active behind the scenes during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh. This program will encourage college students to volunteer their time while gaining valuable experience, creating lifelong memories and immersing themselves into the aviation experience.

This program is open to any collegiate student, but as we roll out this first year of the Collegiate Volunteer Program, EAA has identified a handful of Midwest universities and colleges with aviation program that may be especially interested. Some of these schools include Ohio State University, University of North Dakota, University of Central Missouri, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and University of Dubuque. This is, however, a volunteer opportunity for all college students! From aviation students to event management, we have a home for everyone willing to volunteer.

Do you know a college student who may enjoy volunteering at EAA’s AirVenture Oshkosh? Ask them to join you and make a difference at EAA. Nothing in the world compares to this one-week event that brings together pilots and aviation enthusiasts and we are excited to provide them an experience of a lifetime!

Find out more information about the program.

 If you have a question on volunteering at EAA, please email hr@eaa.org

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