Our Volunteers at Work
As a volunteer, you are a part of a team that is the backbone of the Museum. The Museum could not exist without volunteers. The museum values your time and energy and strives to build a mutually beneficial relationship in which you have an opportunity to use your skills, strengths and passion, not only to benefit the Museum, but to positively enhance your own life.
Volunteer Application Download
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Current Volunteer Needs:
ARE YOU A VETERAN? Then WE WANT YOU!
ARE YOU ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY? Then WE WANT YOU!
ARE YOU A DISABLED OR RECOVERING VETERAN? Then WE WANT YOU!
Join a worthwhile team of like minded folks reconstructing vintage aircraft? But that isn’t all you can do. YOUR life skills and YOUR experience is priceless. We have lots of ways for you to give back to your community. Archives, Education Programs & Educator, Fund Raising, PR, Finance, Membership, Event Coordinator, Docent, Equipment Repair, Advisor, Program Developer, Outreach, Graphic Artist, Computer/ Cyber/Electronics and more.
If you are a veteran, recently discharged, disabled, recovering or just looking for a temporary activity, while you get your feet on the ground, search for a job or decide what to do next?
WE WANT YOU!
If you are retired, with time to join a worthwhile team reconstructing vintage aircraft, and all the other skills it takes to run the Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum that got it’s start 30 years ago.
WE WANT YOU!
Join the team, help your community, make new friends, put your skills to good use & learn new ones. We Want You!
Aircraft & Engine Restoration - General mechanical, engine teardown and refurbishment, sheet metal, metal working, schematic & electrical drawing reading, painting, fabrication, reconstruction and repair of original full-size aircraft and models. If you don’t have these skills, join us and begin learning. Note: Our aircraft are prepared for display, not for active flight.
Telephone Receptionist - available 2-3 days a week Wednesdays through Saturdays 11am to 3pm
Fundraising Team Members- research, grant writing, public speaking
.Board member and volunteer Brig. Gen. (ret.) Guy Walsh shows Scouts a flight suit during a visit to the flight line.
The archive boasts tens of thousands of
books, images and other items.
The Aircraft Committee
maintains the flight line.
Areas where Volunteers can practice their skill sets
Archives and Collections
Museum Gallery Tour Guide.
School Tour Guide
Educaion Program Leader
Internships, (Spring, Summer, Fall).
Contact Peggy Smith, Volunteer Coordinator at..
410-682-6122 Museum, cell 443-632-4249
Use the form below to contact us.