• Range/Livestock • Tour Guide/Interpretation • Visitor Information
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Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial has some exciting opportunities in our interpretation division for those who are interested in working at a Living Historical Farm. Volunteers will work alongside park interpreters to provide a range of visitor services at our Memorial Visitor Center and Living Historical Farm. Volunteers will work at our pioneer homestead getting the site ready to open in the spring. Volunteers are needed in the spring and summer to assist with visitors and school groups.
Volunteers will perform farm work such as caring for livestock, tapping maple trees, preparing crop fields and standard garden work such as digging, weeding, pruning, planting, watering, and more. Volunteers assist in the implementation of the park's interpretive program. Provides interpretive and visitor services including roving contacts with visitors, conducted tours, orientation talks, film showings, information desk services and living history demonstrations of pioneer skills. Presents programs at the Memorial Visitor Center and the Lincoln Living Historical Farm.
Volunteer is expected to adhere to all NPS and site specific laws, policies, and standard operation procedures.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Other Description: Must work 32 hours or more per week. Housing may be available at a housing unit within the park. Call for details.