April 5, 2018 - For the fourth consecutive year, the Collegiate Volunteer Program is looking for volunteers for EAA AirVenture Oshkosh.
“EAA’s Collegiate Volunteer Program is all about building connections – connections with the aviation community, with other collegiate volunteers, and with EAA,” said Cassie Bruss, who coordinates the program. “Through the first years of the program, hundreds of college students have obtained amazing experiences here in Oshkosh during The World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration.”
College-age aviation enthusiasts and students from all over the United States, with a variety of different backgrounds, are invited to volunteer at the World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration. Volunteers will have the opportunity to build their resume through networking in nearly every area of AirVenture operations including aviation, business, flight line operations, food and event management, customer service, and photo and video.
Other benefits of the Collegiate Volunteer Program include AirVenture admission wristbands, flexible volunteer hours, a meal and beverage during shifts, opportunities to attend exclusive events and activities, a one-time, free six-month EAA membership, and complimentary camping.
“The EAA Collegiate Volunteer Program is an excellent way to experience AirVenture,” said Malena Modirzadeh, EAA 1239164,, a 2017 collegiate volunteer from North Carolina. “It was great to see behind the scenes and take part in making the show a success. It is an amazing opportunity for people of all ages.”
For more information or to apply, visit www.EAA.org/collegiate. Application deadline is June 15, 2018.