There is no "I" in Team but there is a "u" in volunteer!


The Cradle of Aviation is looking for men and women who wish to volunteer a few hours of their time each week.

The atmosphere is interesting and exciting and you will meet and work with community spirited people who share a love of aviation, Long Island history and friendship.

We provide annual training and welcome individuals who are comfortable and enthusiastic about working with people. As a member of our Volunteer Team you will enjoy the following benefits:

• Free family admission to the museum
• Free rides on our beautifully restored Nunley’s carousel
• Admisson to special Giant Screen showings
• Discounts at the Museum Store and the Red Planet Cafe
• Two catered lunches & other scheduled events

Our team of volunteers is the pride of the Cradle of Aviation and you can become a part of this exciting family. COME JOIN US, and share in the satisfaction!

The Cradle of Aviation Museum has the following volunteering opportunities

Docent/Museum Guide - Share information with visitors.
You do not have to be knowledgeable about aviation to make an impact here. Our large number of docents are passionate, committed and eager to assist newcomers.

Our restoration members build aircraft parts and replica planes for exhibit. If you like to be creative and work with your hands, this might be the place for you. These volunteers are immensely proud of what they build.

Education Department
Part-time volunteers provide the following programs to the public:

School Groups – the museum presents a variety of programs about aviation, space exploration and Long Island’s heritage of discovery to visiting school groups.

Public Programs – we offer family activities on weekends and holidays, as well as camps during the summer and vacation breaks.

Special Interests – the museum presents scout programs and special events for those seeking an in-depth look at a particular activity, exhibition or collection.

Outreach Programs – museum representatives travel to schools, libraries and community groups to make presentations of its programs.

Qualifications: Good public speaking skills. Enthusiastic and energetic. Experience in teaching or interacting with the general public preferred.

Call Linda Maugeri at 516-572-4039 or use the form below.

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