Volunteer at the Museum

THE NATIONAL CRYPTOLOGIC MUSEUM NEEDS YOU!

THE NCM IS CURRENTLY SEEKING VOLUNTEERS TO SERVE AS DOCENTS AND RECEPTIONISTS.

The National Cryptologic Museum (NCM) is the nation's repository for cryptologic history. Through the presentation of its many fascinating artifacts and exhibits, the facility seeks to inform and educate the greater world on the critical role that the making and breaking of codes has had on human history.

Docents at the National Cryptologic Museum provide the majority of our guided tours for a wide variety of groups and organizations. Applicants for the docent position should be current or retired NSA Blue Badge employees, be willing to undergo a training program, and enjoy imparting cryptologic history to Agency personnel and the general public. Read more about the NCM's Docent and Receptionist Programs.

Receptionist applicants should have some connection to the National Security Agency, (e.g. retiree, former employee or contractor or close relative of an Agency employee) have an interest in cryptologic history, and enjoy working with the general public. Job duties include greeting visitors, stocking publications, providing general information on the NCM, and distributing the “Crypto-Kids Challenge” to young visitors to the facility.

Interested parties should contact the NCM Curator, Patrick D. Weadon via e-mail at pdweado@nsa.gov or the museum office by phone at 301-688-5849.