Victory Corps Volunteer Spotlight
Today’ we’re spotlighting one of the Museum’s outstanding Victory Corps Youth Volunteers, Rebekah Bass. Rebekah has served with the Victory Corps program since the Spring of 2013. In addition to interacting with Museum guests at artifact-encounter stations dispersed throughout the campus, providing an up-close and ‘hands-on’ experience to Saturday visitors, Rebekah has participated in the Museum’s summer residential Normandy Academy program. She has also helped conduct oral history interviews for the Museum’s See You Next Year!: High School Yearbooks From WWII collection. Rebekah is just one of many dedicated young people helping to make The National WWII Museum a dynamic and exciting place.
See Rebekah Bass’ oral history interview with veteran Tommy Godchaux below:
Know a young person with an interest in WWII history and volunteering? Learn more about the Victory Corps program and how to start the application process.
This post by Collin Makamson, Family Programs & Outreach Coordinator @ The National WWII Museum
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