The Museum of the American Military Family is seeking volunteers for a variety of positions, some of which can be done remotely. 

We are physically located in Tijeras and are currently open Saturday and Sunday 12:30-5:00, but hope to expand our hours as we have staffing.

We are a unique museum and special collections library dedicated to telling the story of America’s military families. In addition to four exhibits, our museum has published two anthologies (more in progress) and has produced several theatrical and arts programs. We have a robust social media presence, three podcasts, and have traveling footlocker displays. We could use volunteers who are creative, social media savvy and who like to interact with people. We have a variety of projects that we could use help with.  We are also seeking stories and memory pieces from military family members.

Volunteers should contact: Circe Olson Woessner, Executive Director, Museum of the American Military Family & Learning Center  (505) 504-6830 or email:

 Our Vision:

The Museum of the American Military Family and Learning Center is where people with shared and converging paths come together as community, inspiring a sense of place and history. As a repository for their stories, we shape the future by preserving our heritage, recording its evolution, and inviting dialogue by sharing our experiences with the world.

Our Mission:

The Museum of the American Military Family and Learning Center brings together people with shared experiences showcasing and honoring those who also served–America’s Military Families.