• The Great House at Casa Grande Ruins stands out for miles

    Casa Grande Ruins

    National Monument Arizona

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  • Visitor Center Update

    The Visitor Center is OPEN! Major heating/cooling system work is done. Not all artifacts have been returned to display at this time. Once all artifacts are returned- fees return. CURRENTLY no fees or pass sales. Changes due August 26 or so.

Working at Casa Grande Ruins

Ranger Hat

Ranger Hat

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The staff at Casa Grande Ruins National Monument is rather small and tends to remain constant. We currently have 8 permanent full-time employees (and 1 permanent less-than-full-time) and we supplement that staff with volunteers, interns, and temporary hires as needed.

For information on federal employment and to seach for available jobs please visit the USAjobs website.

 

You can find general information about employment with the National Park Service on the nps.gov website. Information about student internships with the National Park Service is also on nps.gov including restrictions and qualifications details. There are many fine partner organizations you may want to consider as well. Feel free to contact the park in which you are most interested to get more details.

 
Student Conservation Association logo on the shirt of one of our interns.

Student Conservation Association logo

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For information on the Student Conservation Association, its internships, and other work programs please visit their website directly. These internships include positions with public contact duties and with resource study and protection assignments. There is no age or educational limits for their advertized programs, please don't let the name of the organization mislead you- all are welcome.

For information on volunteering at Casa Grande Ruins National Monument please visit our Volunteer pages. You can find many volunteer opportunites at volunteer.gov as well.

Did You Know?

The 'Big House' at Casa Grande National Monument

Casa Grande Ruins National Monument was the first cultural and prehistoric site to be protected by the United States government. It was set aside in 1892 by President Benjamin Harrison.