Volunteers assist park ranger on beach clean-up at Fire Island Wilderness.

Assisting with a beach clean-up or staffing a visitor center, opportunities to support park staff and improve park resources are a part of the Volunteer-In-Parks or VIP program.


Volunteer With Us

Please see a current list of volunteer opportunities below. There may be times when special events come up and volunteers are given the opportunity to assist in fairs, outreach programs, or beach clean-ups.

For more information on becoming a volunteer at Fire Island National Seashore please call 631-687-4780 or e-mail the Volunteer Coordinator.


Current Volunteer Opportunities


A Special Opportunity: Watch Hill Campground Host

The Watch Hill campground host provides information and orientation services for campers at the camping sites, as well as provide a contact for visitors needing assistance when staff may not be available. The campgrounds can be very buggy and very hot due to being in the swale area. Hosts must provide their own camping gear and a site will be provide for them. Positions are filled.


Volunteer: Resource Stewardship Girl Scout Ranger Program

Girl Scouts can earn a certificate and/or patch to recognize their leadership development and resource stewardship activities by participating in this program.

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Scout Ranger patch

National Park Service/Boy Scouts of America
Resource Stewardship Scout Ranger Program

The Resource Stewardship Scout Ranger program engages Scouts in educational programs and volunteer service projects in park sites to:

  • Gain a better understanding of the National Park Service mission and conserving the nation’s natural, cultural and historic resources.
  • Explore the national parks.
  • Practice good citizenship and kindness.

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