• Construction/Maintenance • Conservation Education • Office/Clerical • Tour Guide/Interpretation • Visitor Information • General Assistance
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Visitor services work campers work indoors and outdoors helping with a variety of tasks. Volunteers staff the busy information desk, answer the phone, help with the fee program, assist with reservations, and data entry. Some volunteers also help with school programs, present nature talks and drive the tour bus. On weekends they may represent the Refuge at a festival or assist with a scout program. There is plenty that needs to be done weather you are an introvert or an extrovert. Work behind the scenes or front and center. Duties also include vehicle and facilities maintenance such as emptying trash cans, cleaning restrooms, shuttling vehicles to town or working on simple carpentry projects. Each volunteer works 24 hours per week, normaly over the course of three days. A six month commitment is required for winter months or 8 weeks for the off season.
HOUSING & AMENITIES Type: Trailer/RV Pads Description: Two RV pads are located adjacent to the bunk house in a private area centrally located on the Refuge, close to headquarters and the visitor center, about 4 miles from the community of Titusville. Water, electric, sewer and laundry provided. We are in the process of installing WIFI.