... A highlight of our trip was talking with one of the volunteer docents Lucian "Luke" Talley who was an electrical engineer with IBM who worked on the guidance system of the Saturn V rocket. He was able to tell us a lot about the program and the workings and has some interesting anecdotes about his time with the program. There are about 60 volunteers that rotate through seek one out and talk to them! Worth the trip.
Becoming an Emeritus docent or volunteer at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center is a rewarding opportunity to contribute your skills and experience to Alabama’s #1 tourist attraction. The U.S. Space & Rocket Center offers many opportunities for anyone to support our mission of providing an inspiring educational experience for guests of all ages. Being a docent or community volunteer at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center is a rewarding way to serve your community and enrich the experience for our guests from all over the world.
NASA Emeritus Docent Program
Become a NASA Emeritus Docent at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center! This elite program is open to current or retired NASA MSFC employees or contractors. Click here for more information.
MILITARY Emeritus Docent Program
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Once you have completed the form, we will contact you to set up orientation. If you have any questions, please call us at 256.721.7128 or 256.721.7100. Come join our mission team!For current Emeritus docents, please click here to access the Volunteer Information Center to set up your schedule.