The Museum has opened a new gallery that includes the Space Shuttle Trainer. Stretching over 100 feet, and four stories high, the artifact was used by NASA to train every space shuttle astronaut. The Museum has added stairs and ramps to make the expansive cargo bay accessible to all visitors, including those with disabilities. Airpark Hosts rotate among Air Force One, Concorde, and the Space Shuttle Trainer to provide customer service such as answering questions about these exhibits, taking count of visitors going inside and monitoring traffic flow. It is a great opportunity to meet people from all over the world and support three of the Museum’s most popular artifacts.
Hosts must be able to handle stairs and a variety of weather. There are two shifts available - 10:00 to 1:30 and 1:15 to 5:00. Volunteers are especially needed on Saturday and Sunday.
To apply, please call Carol Thomson at 206.768.7179 or contact her online.