Click here to upgrade to a newer version of Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge.
Your Passion Finds PurposeWe’re everyone’s aviation association growing the spirit of aviation, and we look forward to your support.
How to Stay Engaged Year-Round
By Katie Meyer, EAA 1133651, HR Business Partner
September 2015 - The summer flew by with another successful EAA AirVenture Oshkosh. The past few months have given everyone time to recuperate, and now is the time to start getting excited for 2016. But did you know you don’t have to wait until AirVenture Oshkosh to experience the magic of volunteering and being a part of EAA? Check out the information below to see how you can stay engaged and volunteer year-round.
Volunteering at EAA Headquarters
Throughout the year, EAA is always looking for volunteers. If you are local to Oshkosh, EAA is a great place to be all year. There are opportunities for all ages and all availabilities. This includes museum docents, working in our print and mail center, or volunteering during one of EAA’s other annual events.
Learn more about our volunteer opportunities at EAA headquarters.
Not everyone lives near Oshkosh, so volunteering year-round at EAA headquarters may not be an option for all. But did you know you can volunteer right from your home? Virtual volunteering provides a new venue for volunteers to give back to the organization by allowing them to work on projects online, anytime, and anywhere. Projects can be anything from a research project to writing an article for the volunteer e-newsletter.
If you want to contribute your skills to a virtual volunteer project, e-mail email@example.com.
If you are looking to get involved at a local level, EAA chapters are a great place to start. EAA chapters are all about bringing together individuals interested in learning more about aviation. They are involved with a variety of activities, including Young Eagles rallies, fly-ins, seminars, and much more, all year-round. It is a great place to meet new people, learn about aviation, and give back to your local chapter.
Click here to see the chapters in your area.