Starts May 18, 2015 • San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, San Antonio, TX
Engage with youth participating in summer day camps. Conduct programs to raise urban residents’ awareness of and access to outdoor and cultural experiences close to home. Ideal candidate is local who can understand and speak Spanish.
Starts May 18, 2015 • Agate Fossil Beds National Monument, Harrison, NE
Internationally signiﬁcant mammal fossils alongside remarkable gifts from preeminent Lakota chief Red Cloud: how truly unique! Through Agate’s 50th anniversary events, Interpretation Interns will learn how to impact park stewardship & resource protection
Starts May 18, 2015 • Gateway National Recreation Area, Staten Island, NY
Present education programs for schools, camp and youth groups on day visits and camping programs. Educate students on the local ecology, environmental issues, current research being conducted in the park, local history; and teach camping skills.
Starts May 18, 2015 • Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site, Flat Rock, NC
Lead visitors to understand the role peaceful activism can play in making social and environmental changes using Sandburg’s own poetry and writing. Encourage sustainable practices using examples from the Sandburg family lifestyle and current research.
Starts May 17, 2015 • Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, porter, IN
Local Members Only. This SCA Team will have the opportunity to work on one of the oldest conservation projects in the country. Restore vital wetland habitat, control invasive plants, and learn a variety of conservation skills.