Volunteering doesn’t end after AirVenture! EAA has a variety of year-round volunteer opportunities for everyone. You name it, we have it. You’ll work with great people who have a passion for The Spirit of Aviation at EAA. Discover more about the year-round volunteer areas below.
We are currently looking for the volunteers interested in the following areas:
Educate and inspire visitors by conducting guided museum tours, greeting guests and provide the history of aviation and the museum collection. There is no need to be an aviation expert to play a vital role in these activities. Training will be provided. Two shifts required per month.
Print and Mail Center
Come assist in a variety of mailing projects to help serve EAA members. Training will be provided. Looking for volunteers during the day, Monday-Friday. Hours are flexible.
Kermit Weeks Hangar Volunteers
Come join in on the fun and work alongside EAA staff and other volunteers at Kermit Week’s Hangar. Help restore and maintain the flying aircraft of the EAA collection. No experience is required as tasks will vary by skill level. Looking for volunteers on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings. Hours are flexible.
Come support the 1930’s grassroots airfield Pioneer Airport. We are looking for volunteers for different roles such as Tram Driver, Office Volunteer, Flightline Volunteer, and more! There is no need to be an aviation expert to play a vital role in these activities. Training will be provided. Pioneer Airport is open from May through October.
If you have any general volunteer questions, please e-mail email@example.com. Mail: EAA Aviation Center, Attn: Human Resources, P.O. Box 3086, Oshkosh, WI 54903-3086.
We are currently seeking:
Volunteer Transportation Analyst
As part of EAA’s efforts to continuously improve the experience of members visiting the annual AirVenture Oshkosh event, we are undertaking a comprehensive project to study and improve all aspects of transportation on the event grounds. This will include traffic studies to speed the arrival and departure of cars from the public road arteries to our parking lots as well as on-site bus and tram routes from parking to the grounds, and on the grounds itself. Our goal is to provide visitors with the easiest and most convenient experience possible.
We are now seeking members with a civil engineering professional background and transportation design experience, or similar professional experience, to volunteer a bit of time to help guide our efforts.
Please send a resume or note with a brief biographical sketch to Cassie Bruss at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would be willing to participate in these future improvements to the world’s greatest aviation celebration!