• The Kitchen Cabin, Smokehouse and Tobacco Barn in the Distance

    Booker T Washington

    National Monument Virginia

Volunteer

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Volunteer Opportunities

Visitor Center Desk: Provide visitors with information on the life and times of Booker T. Washington, park programs, educational programs, and special events.

Trail Maintenance: Help maintain the Plantation and Jack-O-Lantern Branch Heritage Trails: groom trail surfaces, remove brush and downed trees, control erosion along stream banks.

Building and Grounds Maintenance: Custodial, mowing, brush clearing, pruning, and fencing.

Living History Farm: Assist a Park Ranger with planting and tending the gardens, or feeding and care of farm animals.

For information or applications:

E-mail the VIP Coordinator.

Mail:
VIP Coordinator
Booker T. Washington National Monument
12130 Booker T. Washington Highway
Hardy, Virginia 24101

Telephone: (540) 721-2094

Did You Know?

Photo of James and Elizabeth Burroughs

Booker T. Washington was born a slave on the farm of James and Elizabeth Burroughs on April 5, 1856.