Volunteer Form

Administration

Receptionist
Grant Writing
Computer Support
Fundraising
Marketing/Sales
Memberships

Museum

Curator
Historian
Research & Development
Manager
Tour Guide
Event Planner
Public Relations
The Arts
Artifact Acquisition
Exhibit Content & Design
Cleaning Services

Military

Naval Liaison
USN
Veterans Services
Docent Tours

Ship Restoration

Maint. Director
Plumbing
Electrical
Welding
Painting
Construction

Education

K-12
College
Adult
Specialty
Multi-lingual
Library Services
Teacher/Assistant

Outreach

Overnight Living-History Camp
Scouting
Boys & Girls Clubs
Big Brothers
Big Sisters

Workshops

The Trades
Crafts

Food/Gift Shops

Banquet Director
Restaurant Staff
Managers
Gift Shop Staff


Where do you see yourself?

Please review the list to the left and read the following paragraphs for information on the benefits of volunteerism and volunteer opportunities available with the USS John F. Kennedy Museum. Remember to keep your options open when completing our Volunteer Form by mentioning (or numbering in order of preference) all of the areas that are
of interest to you! We are going to need lots of help, so be sure that you're a part of this endeavor by completing
the forms and returning them to us today!

SPIE
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At sea with USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67) Feb. 26, 2002 - Aircrew were lifted from the flight deck during a Special Purpose Insertion/Extraction (SPIE) exercise.
The Kennedy and its embarked Carrier Air Wing (CVW), scheduled to relieve the USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71), conducted missions in support of
Operation Enduring Freedom. U.S. Navy photo by Photographers Mate 1st Class Jim Hampshire (RELEASED) 

Personal Rewards

Here's your chance to participate in something that's fun, educational and interesting while providing quality interactions with the local community and vacationers to the area and to this museum. 

If you enjoy meeting people and you have a head for details, you might like to volunteer to be a tour guide. Or maybe you're the "hands-on" type, then guiding a workshop or getting involved with ship restoration might be for you. If you're the creative type, perhaps you'd like to volunteer your talents in the creation of museum exhibits.

Opportunities span a full range of operations, from museum departments working directly with the public, as receptionists, tour guides and educators, to working behind the scenes as event planners or in the areas of research and development, developing museum exhibits or even involved in aircraft and ship restoration.

Perhaps safety and security is your background, if so, we could utilize those skills as well because visitor safety and security will be a high priority aboard the Kennedy, as well as the protection of our ship and the museum exhibits. This would be a good assignment for those physically fit individuals who enjoy the rewards of teamwork.

Please note that volunteers must be at least 18 years of age and be willing to commit to a somewhat regular schedule over a three month period.

Volunteer Benefits

(more information coming soon).