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Interested in working with K-12 students? Fascinated by the geology at your feet? Want to know more about the magic of the ancient redwood forest? Provoked by the possibilities of archaeological investigation? Do historic forts fascinate you? The Golden Gate National Recreation Area is looking for Education Volunteers! You will work side-by-side with National Park Service Rangers to deliver K-12 education programs that involve students in personally meaningful and engaging learning in the sciences and social studies. Learn more about the education programs at the GGNRA here.
As an Education Volunteer with the National Park Service, you will:
To enroll as a volunteer:
The Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA), with sites such as Muir Woods, Alcatraz Island, Marin Headlands, Fort Point National Historic Site, and Presidio of San Francisco, offers a dynamic outdoor classroom. Volunteers will be working on their feet and must have the ability to hike park trails and traverse steep terrain.