Join Our Team Today!

The Women’s Memorial Education Center honors and shares the stories of the women who served or are serving in all branches of the United States military. We are partnering with the National Park Service to build a team of volunteers, who help preserve the stories of servicewomen’s service and achievement, and make their contributions a visible part of our history. Volunteers are vital members of the Memorial’s team, working to honor, educate, and inspire.

Available Positions:

Registration Assistant

The Women’s Military Memorial is a living memorial, and at its heart is the Register. The Register is database storing all the stories or servicewomen who decided to preserve their part of history here with us. Any women, of any rank, in any branch, who served her country deserves her spot in our nation’s history, and their stories can all be saved with WIMSA in our Register.

Your primary roles as a Register Assistant is to inform the public about our database, guide servicewomen or their supporters to register, and help visitors view and purchase the profiles of servicewomen. Click Here for the Full Description.

Visitor Services Representatives

Representatives serve as greeters and guides to visitors at the Memorial. A volunteer in this position will often be the only personal contact visitors have at the Memorial and are important to how the Memorial reaches out to servicewomen and the public. Click Here for the Full Description.

Application and Training:

Applications are submitted to the Volunteer Coordinator. Applicants will be contacted for an interview and tour of the Memorial. Volunteers will be welcomed with an orientation and training sessions to prepare them for their roles in the organization.

Download a Volunteer Application today! Submit questions and applications to the Volunteer Coordinator, Jordan Bolan, at