Talk with us about partnering to deliver educational or community based programs in support of our volunteer initiatives, or about using our ships as a classroom for your vocational course.
Volunteering at Battleship Cove is a great way to meet new friends and give back to the community. We are always looking for volunteers with an interest in preserving our fleet, promoting our mission, helping out behind the scenes or inspiring children and other visitors. You may choose to join our permanent volunteer staff or sign up to help with a short-term project. In return for your help, you will receive invitations to special events, lectures and exhibit openings and more.
Whether you are a history buff or handy person, veteran or young professional, educator or student, we have a job for you. For example:
Our education department seeks:
Formed in 2010, the Living History Group is an important part of the way we tell the story of a sailor at sea at Battleship Cove. This volunteer group's goal is to recreate a WWII Navy ship company and Marine detachment aboard ship, bringing the vessel to life as it was in the Second World War.
The USS Massachusetts Living History Group drills on the Battleship once a month. They conduct WWII Training in basic seamanship & Marines of the period as well as performing standard and on occasion not so standard operations aboard ship during WWII.
The USS Massachusetts Living History Group is actively seeking interested members.
Crew berthing for the weekend will be provided. So get your kit together!
For more information, please visit www.ussmasslhg.org
Battleship Cove is home to several official war memorials; if possible, we encourage you to visit them, give them the reverence they deserve and offer financial support to help us preserve them for the next generation of Americans to appreciate and remember. By becoming a Battleship Cove member, you honor Massachusetts residents who gave their lives in service to their country and all Americans who sacrifice so much in the name of freedom by helping us preserve these important memorials:
Massachusetts Official Memorials to those from the Commonwealth who were killed in service to their country:
The World War II Memorial, honoring the more than 13,000 Massachusetts heroes from all branches of military service who gave their lives in service to their country during the Second World War.
Pearl Harbor Exhibit, dedicated by the Massachusetts Chapter of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association honors victims of the attack on this U.S. Naval Base, .
Plus in Newberry Hall, the PT Boaters Memorial, a memorial scroll on permanent display lists the names of the 331 PT Boaters who lost their lives during World War II.
The Korean War and the Vietnam War Memorials are the Commonwealth's official memorials to the brave men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces who came from the Bay State and gave their lives while serving their country.
The memorial dedicated to the memory of the victims of the 9/11 attacks.