• Conservation Education • Tour Guide/Interpretation
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Public Ski with a Ranger and Snowshoe with a Ranger Interpretive Volunteer Rangers Needed
Ski with a Ranger and Snowshoe with a Ranger programs run December 2018 - March 2019.
Overview: Held at Mt. Bachelor, Guided snowshoe walks and Ski tours are offered to the public on weekends, winter and spring breaks, and holidays, free of charge. Snowshoes provided for the snowshoe program.
Snowshoe with a Ranger consists of one mile tours lasting 1 - 1.5 hours and occur twice daily where the Ranger provides an interpretive talk along the way.
Ski with a Ranger - lead skiers on an interpretive run down the blue, groomed runs, stopping at various locations along the way down giving an interpretive talk.
Volunteers are provided uniforms and training.
Requested commitment: Rangers are asked to commit to at least 1 day per week.
Duties: Volunteer will represent the U.S. Forest Service as a Volunteer Interpretive Ranger on Mt. Bachelor leading snowshoe and ski tours.
Snowshoe duties will include, but not limited to:
Helping visitors don snowshoes
Safely guide up to 75 people on a 1-mile snowshoe walk
Occasional snow removal
Ski duties will include, but not limited to:
Safely lead small groups down a groomed run stopping at points along the way to provide interpretive talks
Prepare for programs
Rove the mountain sharing program information with visitors and promoting tours.
When you submit your application, please be sure to write a description on why you are interested in becoming a volunteer Interpretive Ranger as well as list your experience working with the public.
For more information visit: www.discoveryourforest.org/volunteer