The National Park Service is seeking motivated volunteers to assist park staff with visiting groups at Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site. The park offers a variety of opportunities for volunteers to immerse themselves in history.
Park volunteers serve visitor needs while working at the information desk, greeting visitors, answering telephone calls, providing information on the parks histories and site development, showing videos, performing book sales, providing directions, assisting park rangers with group tours, helping maintain museum exhibits, assisting with special park events, etc.
Do you have some extra time on your hands? Have you always had an interest in working at a National Park? Do you enjoy working with the public? Do you love history? Would you like to be in on the ground floor to see and experience the growth of the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site?
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Did You Know?
Charles "Chief" Anderson and Dr. Albert E. Forsythe were the first blacks to successfully complete a transcontinental flight from Atlantic City, New Jersey to Los Angeles, California without the aid of landing lights, parachutes, radios, or blind-flying instruments.