Volunteer training for Jack London State Historic Park
Join the great team of volunteers who help operate Jack London State Historic Park. Meet visitors from all over the world and share the Londons’ legacy. Volunteers are needed to work in the entrance station, bookshop/visitor center, as docents in the museum and cottage, conduct tours, drive golf carts, play piano, help with administrative/office duties, work in park and trail maintenance, assist with special events, patrol the trails on foot or horseback, and lead hikes.
No experience required.
There is a commitment of only four hours per month and you will receive a park pass for your service.
Jack London SHP is operated by the nonprofit Jack London Park Partners and receives no state funding, so the park relies on volunteers to help it operate.
DatesFridays, March 20 and 27 (two-day training) 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. both days. All assignments except trail patrol and hike leaders.
Friday, April 24, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Trail patrol and hike leaders only.
For information and to sign up, contact Susan St. Marie at email@example.com.