• Views from Penobscot Mountain summit.

    Acadia

    National Park Maine

Youth Job Opportunities

Volunteer looks out over coast with binoculars
Interns perform many different duties at the park, including monitoring wildlife.
NPS/Todd Edgar
 

Summer job hunting? If you enjoy being outside and working with people, your search is over! Acadia National Park has several options for students in high school and college, and even for recent graduates. Pay varies for each position and uniforms are provided.

Acadia Youth Conservation Corps (AYCC)
High School (15-18 year olds)
Join a team of high school students to improve Acadia's trails and carriage roads, reconstruct stonework, clear vistas, cut wood, and help out where needed. The AYCC program runs from mid-June to early August. This is a non-residential program. Park housing is not provided. For more information, contact the trails shop at 207-288-8760.

Park Ranger
High School, College, and Beyond
Wear the uniform, guide visitors to the coolest parts of the park, and answer questions at the visitor center and nature center. Students are generally hired by March and work during the summer season. For more information, contact the visitor center supervisor at 207-288-8820.

National Park Service Interns
High School, College, and Beyond
Work with park staff to give education programs for kids and help monitor animals and plants. For more information about becoming an education intern, visit the volunteer and internship opportunities page or contact the education district coordinator at 207-288-8812.

Student Conservation Association Interns
College and Beyond
Assist with ranger-led programs or work with the fire staff as you become part of this special group of 3,000 volunteers across the country. For more information, visit the Student Conservation Association website.

Friends of Acadia Ridge Runners and Recreation Technician
College and Beyond
Hike Acadia's challenging trails while educating hikers about "Leave No Trace" principles, performing light trail maintenance, and carrying out trail censuses and other park research. These programs are run by Friends of Acadia. For more information, visit their website.

Take advantage of these fun summer jobs today!

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