The Museum of Military History is seeking out dedicated, reliable, and enthusiastic volunteers, interns, and future employees who share a passion for preserving our Nation's proud heritage aiding to continue our mission to educate the public on the cost of freedom and how it was paid for by the sacrifices of the men and women of our Armed Forces.

Volunteers and Interns help in many areas of the Museum & Library such as:


Volunteers will have the opportunity to get involved on the frontlines of the Museum's Library through duties such as collection maintenance, patron & librarian assistance, updating our inventory, and more.

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Special Collections and Digital Lab

The Special Collections and Digital Lab features a wide range of fascinating military artifacts, including uniforms, letters, medals, photographs, etc. Translation skills, educational experience, or previous experience in the field may be necessary for projects in this department. Projects with this department will require you to work with a museum staff member while under their guidance and supervision.

Project & Artifact Research

Volunteers assisting in museum research will work with a museum staff member while under their guidance and supervision. This opportunity to participate will give the volunteer a range of responsibilities from conducting research on a certain military artifact or service member, to overall research on a special topic for the creation of new exhibits. Prior knowledge of Microsoft office and how to conduct academic research is strongly encouraged to have but not limited to.

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Commander’s Calls & Programs

Help serve our guests and attend programs FREE of charge! This can range from prior set up and break-down of museum events, assisting guests and staff in the museum, or manning a museum information table at a local public event in Osceola County. Volunteers and Interns may also assist a museum staff member with our Mobile Museum when attending outdoor community events.

Museum Docent

Volunteer docents are our museum's tour guides who are be responsible for familiarizing themselves with the museum’s exhibits and artifacts while creating their own unique script to lead visitors throughout the Museum. 

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Board of Directors

The Museum of Military History is always looking for enthusiastic community leaders and business owners who are driven to better Central Florida. (Needs More Info)

If you are interested in applying for a position on the Board of Directors, please contact the Museum at 407-507-3894. Board Meetings are held once a month on the 2nd Saturday of each month at 9:00 AM in the Museum Library

Museum Volunteer Application:

To apply, please come in person to the Museum of Military History and request a volunteer application. Once filled out, submit the application to a museum staff member for processing. All applicant volunteers must first go through a background check and interview process. A staff member will contact the applicant once the background check is complete and will be asked to come in for an interview.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the museum by phone at 407-507-3894 or email at or

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