Volunteers and Partners Needed
If you have 2 or 20 hours to volunteer, the museum has work for you.
If you are interested in collaborating to help bring education and history programs to life, let us know.
Stop by or email the museum to see where you can help. We have administrative, maintenance, construction, curating, and docent activities available.
- Larry Finley, Executive Director at the Mid America Museum of Aviation & Transportation
Volunteer Opportunities at the Mid America Museum of Aviation & Transportation
The mission of the Mid America Museum of Aviation & Transportation requires the support of many talented and dedicated volunteers from around the states of Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. These volunteers come from a broad range of backgrounds and contribute their innumerable talents to achieving the museum’s mission.
The Mid America Museum has volunteer opportunities to match your interests and talents, and are available on an as needed basis. Some these opportunities may include:
The Mid America Museum of Aviation & Transportation would like to thank all of the volunteers that work countless hours to help keep the museum running and up to date.
Hawthorne Global Aviation, 1 Vision Aviation, Sioux Gateway Airport - for sponsoring and partnering on our events this year
Powell Broadcasting - for broadcasting and getting the word out about our events
Sioux City Strollers and Bob Knowler - for partnering with the Pancake Breakfast and Hangar Talks
Drone Pilots - KTIV, SC Police, Morningside Ag Dept - to share drone use in the area
KCAU, KMEG, KTIV, Sioux City Journal, Siouxland Magazine - for sharing stories with the Siouxland area
Anne and Corey Westra - for helping with the 30th Anniversary of Flight 232
CAF - Commemorative Air Force from Dallas - Brought a team of pilots, engineers, leaders to bring FIFI to the community.
Ira Minen and Leon Husk helped with the CAF Visit - Fifi and T6 show.
Suzanne and Randy Bartels helped develop the Tennis Shoes on the Tarmac STEM camp.
Elissa Mickelson helped with updating direct mail and digital media.
Morningside College Creative Edge Ad Team & Dr. Marilyn Eastman - Conducted market research and created a comprehensive ad campaign to refresh and upgrade museum communications.
Darlene Spears - Helps run the museum on the weekends
The Bartels and Grimm families - Helped with the rose and 232 gardens.
Lindi Kiple - University of Iowa intern and Sergeant Bluff grad - Worked on museum history educational displays.
Carla Edgington & the late Kay Crowl - Painted and updated displays throughout the museum!
Morningside College - Into the Streets teams - Helped clean out a hugh storage area, cleaned windows and cabinets, pulled weeds from around the museum.
John and Pat Bartholomew - Work on research B17 crews and nose art photography.
Rick Alter, Gary Grasma, & Jim Loftus - Restored the Parade Plane, and Rick has been very active with restoring and donating vehicles for display.
Verna Shockey - Volunteers at the front desk when needed.
THURSDAY 10 am - 4 pm
FRIDAY 10 am - 4 pm
SATURDAY 10 am - 4 pm
Please call if you have any questions.
Closed New Years Eve and New Years Day, Easter, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
2600 Expedition Court
P.O. Box 3525
Sioux City, IA 51102
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Veterans & Seniors (55+): $8
Active Military: Free
Children (5-14 yrs): $5
4 and under: Free
School age group: $5/Person
Bus Group Tours (8 or More): $8/Person
Family (up to 6 in same family): $30
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