• Conservation Education • Tour Guide/Interpretation • Visitor Information • Science
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Job Description: Do you enjoy working with students? Join us during this 75th anniversary year of George Washington Carver National Monument and train to work with school groups during the upcoming spring and fall field trip seasons, March-June and September-November. You will conduct guided tours, sharing Carver's life story as you go. You will provide classroom lessons which may include science or history lessons, living history demonstrations, or art lessons. Work one day a week or one day a month! Retired teachers welcome!
Skills Needed / Preferred:
You've got to love kids!
You'll be doing a lot of talking!
You get to walk a mile each day!
You get to attend training!
Goals / Outcomes of Job:
Provide a fun and educational experience for students, helping them understand the significance of George Washington Carver’s life.
Benefits to Volunteers (note training if applicable):
Opportunity to stay fit
Learn the Carver story
Education program training provided
CPR-first aid training available
Safety training provided
VIP uniform & period costuming provided
Program time is 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Mondays-Fridays. This job is seasonal and scheduling is flexible. Park staff will work with volunteers to find a mutually beneficial schedule.