Volunteer Opportunities at the Navy SEAL Museum
Play a key role and go behind the lines to volunteer at The National Navy SEAL Museum and Memorial. We offer a variety of volunteer opportunities. Match your interests with our various needs and make a contribution that both furthers the Museum’s mission and gives you tremendous personal satisfaction.
At any given time during the year, we may be in need of the following :
Greeters: Public greeters are those volunteers who welcome the public to the museum and answer visitor questions about the history of the museum, the facility, and the SEALs. If you are organized, trustworthy, and have a helpful and pleasant personality, this role is made for you.
Gallery Attendants: Gallery attendants monitor the public areas of the Museum assigned to them and answer visitor questions about eras, actions and artifacts. If you are a SEAL history buff (or want to become one) and have the ability to connect with the public, you may enjoy this role.
Docents: Our docent volunteers conduct tours of the Museum and have deep knowledge on the history of the museum, the history of the Navy SEALs and the museum’s collection.
Lecturers: These volunteers are confident public speakers and subject matter experts. Volunteer lecturers are a key part of our outreach team and help bring the Museum and SEAL legacy to life outside the Museum walls.
Special Events: We often need extra staff for a variety of scheduled events and activities. If you can’t make a long term volunteer commitment, these ad hoc opportunities are a great way to get involved.
Special Projects: From time to time, we have special projects that require special skills and expertise. If you can bring something special to the Museum, we would like to hear from you.
People interested in volunteering can fill in this form